Mindwalk (Film – 14 parts)

25 11 2010

Mindwalk, Directed by Bernt Capra, Paramount Home Video

Embodying science (quantum physics), politics and art (music), “‘Mindwalk’ is [an] eye-opening, mind-expanding [film] on how to better view the universe. It seems a large movement is gaining momentum in this generation, building on the efforts of generations past, to find a more cohesive explanation for how the world works from a subatomic level up to politics and religion. Essentially a daylong conversation about politics, science and art among a politician, a scientist and a poet, Mindwalk provides insight into the concept that the various aspects of life may be more intimately linked than we’ve traditionally believed. The politican and, to some degree, the poet, are surprised to learn this from the scientist, taking on the guise of the novice viewer in that respect. Opinions are shared, examples given — the most memorable being a discussion of the link between music and atoms as accompanied by an antique organ — and, in the end, all three characters leave their unguided tour of [the] French castle [Mont Saint Michel – perhaps] a metaphor for the traditional thought process of the human mind – with a little more insight than they started.” – Justin Kownacki

Starring Liv Ullmann, Sam Waterston, and John Heard

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14 12 2010
Sam

Wonderfully wonderful (**,)

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