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Paragon Algorithm (2012)

Andrew is a genius student who is obsessed with solving the ultimate mathematical riddle, the Paragon Algorithm, that holds the key to unlocking the mechanics of time. Andrew's discovery ... See full summary »

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Serge Levin

Writers:

Serge Levin (story), Serge Levin
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Tim Duquette ... Professor Breen
Max Lodge Max Lodge ... Andrew
Haley Finnegan ... Amy
Markham Anderson Markham Anderson ... (voice)
Fabian Zarta ... Student 1
Rachel Kanner Rachel Kanner ... Student 2
Evan Trevor Thompson Evan Trevor Thompson ... Student 3
Nick Stenson Nick Stenson ... Student 4
Patrick Henry Phelan Patrick Henry Phelan ... Student 5
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Andrew is a genius student who is obsessed with solving the ultimate mathematical riddle, the Paragon Algorithm, that holds the key to unlocking the mechanics of time. Andrew's discovery takes him on a journey beyond reality. Written by Serge Levin

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The paragon algorithm square with hundreds of complex math formulas was actually drawn on set and on the same day of shooting. With just minor instructions from the director it was mainly Stacey Peterson, the film's wardrobe and makeup artist, who meticulously drew and wrote in various equations to create what would later be named the nightmare formula square - the central prop in the film. See more »

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A Film with an Outstanding Message!
11 May 2014 | by makssmartSee all my reviews

"Paragon Algorithm" is a unique piece where the filmmaker is creatively exploring mathematics and physics in terms of playing with time. Time is not linear, and that's true. Quantum physics explores such theories, connected with our consciousness. Can we measure it? Try it, maybe you can. That's what the film is trying to do. It is inspired from Einstein and while it appears to a bit nerdy to the average person, it is a type of film that is needed to be seen. It is making the audience think.

In terms of producing and directing, while it wasn't a high budget film, it was coming across the message very easily with the organized directing and editing. The technical elements were great with an exception of one canted angle shot that I didn't understand the purpose of.

Lately, there has been a number of films coming out with a higher consciousness range, from giving out the secrets of the food industry, to politics and free energy, and to films exploring consciousness itself. The new stage of evolution of humanity has begun.


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USA

Language:

English

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3 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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$12,450 (estimated)
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