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    I Origins

    Ian Gray was a young eye doctor. He was fond of the eyes because according to him there was no one having the same eys as the others. All were unique and he had a collection of high-quality photo eyes of many thousands of different people. Ian, Karen and Kenny were pursuing a very daring project: finding original cell regulating that the animals had eyes or not, to hybridizate the earthworm which had eyes.
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    trudee85 Anonymous
    i liked it, something different, the summary above does not give an idea of what the movie is really about, give it a go :)
    2018-06-09 20:06

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  • Actors of "I Origins"

  • Characters of "I Origins"

    Kenny. Character of I Origins
    Played by: Steven Yeun
    Baby Tobias. Character of I Origins
    Priya Varma. Character of I Origins
    Played by: Archie Panjabi
  • Directors of "I Origins"

    Mike Cahill. Director of I Origins
    Mike Cahill
    Birthdate: 5 July 1979, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
  • Creators of "I Origins"

    Mike Cahill. Director of I Origins
    Mike Cahill
    Birthdate: 5 July 1979, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "I Origins"

    Detroit News
    August 08, 2014

    Cahill spends the entire film bringing a sense of wonder to the desperately rational Ian, and if the film takes on a glow toward the end, that glow feels well-earned.

    San Diego Reader
    July 31, 2014

    Humanistic sci-fi from director Mike Cahill, insofar as it sympathizes with the human longings for both understanding and transcendent mystery.

    Miami Herald
    July 31, 2014

    I Origins challenges too little and ties up things too neatly for it to register as anything more than well-made, well-intentioned hogwash.

    July 27, 2014

    Big ideas can sometimes lead to great motion pictures or, as in the case of I Origins, colossal misfires.

    Denver Post
    July 25, 2014

    With a slew of seemingly random clues unraveling in the pursuit of scientific mystery, Origins becomes gut-punching marvel.

    Globe and Mail
    July 25, 2014

    Although the film and the actors keep on looking good, this solemn, soppy, fantasy has nothing to say about science or faith.

    The Film Stage
    June 21, 2016

    I Origins tries desperately to imbue a deeper metaphysical meaning with its narrative, but the alignment of all its concepts come off as disjointed and pretentious.

    Epoch Times
    June 14, 2016

    As of yet, we have no science on reincarnation, but the science fiction is definitely getting warmer.

    Movie Talk
    January 16, 2016

    Sceptical scientist Michael Pitt falls in love with spacey new age model Astrid Berg├Ęs-Frisbey, attracted by her dazzling dichromatic eyes [and] the tussle between rationalism and mysticism takes turns that are both unexpected and thought provoking.
    October 06, 2014

    When it shifts away from the relationship, it really starts to feel forced. You can feel Cahill's hand leading you down the path toward another "discovery," and you can only hope the end will justify the means. Put simply, it doesn't.

    Sunday Independent (Ireland)
    October 03, 2014

    Shame then that it lets itself down with some iffy dialogue and a slightly anticlimactic ending.

    SFX Magazine
    October 03, 2014

    Though not every element of the grander mystery story works, there's plenty here to keep you thinking.

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