Martha is in a happy relationship with Paul. She shares her life with him, and she trusts him and feels she knows him inside out. But one day two policewomen appear at her door and suddenly... See full summary »
The prestigious politician and large-scale farmer Franz Murer, responsible for the Ghetto of Vilnius as SS leader and NSDAP functionary from 1941-1943, stands trial in Graz, Austria. ... See full summary »
Alexander E. Fennon,
The shadows of screams climb beyond the hills. It has happened before. But this will be the last time. The last few sense it, withdrawing deep into the forest. They cry out into the black, as the shadows pass away, into the ground.
A 50-year-old housewife, Manana, struggles with her dilemma - she has to choose between her family life and her passion, writing, which she had repressed for years - she decides to follow ... See full summary »
A psychiatrist and his blind girlfriend, bound by sinister interest. A school doctor, who lost more than work with her dismissal. Her brother, who will do everything for her. A desperate ... See full summary »
Sarah Victoria Frick,
I Origins begins when graduate student, Ian Gray, is researching the evolution of human eyes with Karen and Kenny, in order to prove that eyes have evolved instead of "appeared" as creationists claim. His fascination with eyes takes him into areas that have profound personal and cultural consequences.Written by
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At the scene that starts in seven eleven and afterwards in the bus, 11s are shown everywhere and the scene ends with two eyes. This could be a reference to 11 as well since the word "eye" is pronounced as the word "I", and II can be read as 11. See more »
As a biologist, Ian would know that the natural world has many types of eyes, so there's no one evolutionary path from a single ancestor. He also regards human eyes as exhibiting the best vision, when for example predatory birds have far superior eyesight, and some animals can also sense light in the ultraviolet or infrared. See more »
Every living person on this planet has their own unique pair eyes. Each their own universe. My name is Doctor Ian Gray. I'm a father, and husband, and I'm a scientist. When I was a child, I realized that the camera was designed exactly like the human eye, taking in light through a lens, forming it into images. I began taking as many pictures of eyes as I possibly could. I'd like to tell you the story of the eyes that changed my world.
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After the credits, there is a scene depicting the beginning of the process of matching up famous historical figures' eyes with living people's eyes. See more »
I do not usually leave reviews but in this case I have to. As a molecular biologist I have never seen a movie (i have seen many) that fail so completely to even conform with high-school level biology. The acting is great, the idea behind the movie is interesting, but the dialog is completely nonsense. Even a first year university student would laugh or cry. The terminology used does not relate to the subjects discussed in any way. Its like saying "I'm going to drive this bout up the highway, then take left to the moon". If you can handle this gibberish, the drama is good. I just wish they made more out of a great idea, There is no problem with the concept, just that the dialog is completely senseless.
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