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Wanna know what the 'bleep' it's all about?

Still from 'What The Bleep Do We Know!?' filmThen the film, What the bleep do we know!? isn't the one for you as it won't give you the answer to all of life's mysteries. It will, however, get you thinking about life - why do you think you're here, what are you doing with this existence, what else is out there and how does it all hang together.

This film rocked! It had me thinking for hours afterwards.

So, what the 'bleep' is this film - here's what the website synopsis for the directors extended cut:
The original storyline, which follows the journey of professional photographer Amanda (played by Academy Award winning actress, Marlee Matlin) as she comes to understand the sources of her depression and slowly change her life, is slimmed down to make room for more in-depth interviews with sixteen of the world’s top physicists, engineers, physicians, biologists, researchers, journalists and mystics, who talk about consciousness, psi research, physics, biology, emotion and addictions.

The scientists are the stars of this movie, and there’s no forgetting it. But they, too, are human. Never does the movie elevate them and their information as above ordinary human understanding. Indeed, the movie’s power and magic lies in the fact that it really makes us understand how human beings are connected to each other - to the whole universe - and how we all affect reality.

Quirky animation highlights much of the film, introducing highly complex scientific concepts in a simple, understandable way. Done with humor, precision, and irreverence, these scenes are only part of what makes this director’s cut unique in the history of cinema, and another true winner.

There ya go. It's about quantam physics, it's about spirituality, it's about alternative universes, it's about cartoons and chatting up girls, it's about 1 1/2 hours long, it's about what God is and isn't, it's about all of us, it's about YOUR LIFE!

It's about creating your day

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