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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Brit Marling and William Mapother also acted in Director Mike Cahill's movie "Another Earth". See more »
Ian's glasses change between shots when he is in India. In some shots they are frameless, and in others, they have black frames. See more »
Every living person on this planet has their own unique pair of 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 »
Written by Mat Andasun (PRS)
Published by In-spired Sound (BMI)
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I read a bunch of reviews before seeing this, ranging from great to creepy, insular, society (religion) programmed ones. This is a beautiful, thought provoking and heart warming experience that transcends the characters and the human flaws inherent in life. Love indeed comes in many shapes and forms and the first time we see Sofi, she is hidden, only her eyes are the connection point. This was poetic, without seeing her, there was something unexplainable in their connection, something magnetic that brought them together and held them together across time until they saw each other again. The idea that our lives are endless, that we continue to exist beyond our current form was so beautifully portrayed, and I found the movie incredibly touching. A+++
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