The film -- directed by Mark Vicente, Betsy Chasse, and William Arntz -- purports to be about quantum mechanics, biological addictions, and the redefinition of objective reality and human consciousness. Using various talking heads, a lamely directed fictional story about a depressed woman photographer (Marlee Matlin) that parallels the subject matter, an electronica score, and a whole bunch of colorful graphics, the film simultaneously stimulates us with puzzling science at the same time that it foists upon us a New Age philosophy.
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