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Earnest but urgent, I ORIGINS mixes legitimate science with poetic spiritualism

Rating: ★★★

Writer-director Mike Cahill’s follow-up to Another Earth, I Origins attempts to settle the argument of Creationism Vs. Evolution and asks the big questions of how we got here and what happens after we die. 551 more words

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Pencil Portrait of Astrid Berges Frisbey

Another drawing of one of the most beautiful actresses in the world – Astrid Berges Frisbey. This time, things went smoothly. I paid special attention to the hair. 60 more words


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I ORIGINS (2014)

“Every living person on this planet has their own unique pair of eyes”

Could the eyes truly be the window to the soul?

A molecular biologist, Ian Adam (Michael Pitt) is researching the evolution of eyes and makes a discovery that could have far reaching consequences to humanity’s understanding of life as it is currently seen. 361 more words


Charlie Hunnam as King Arthur Image

Guy Ritchie took to Twitter to give a peek at Charlie Hunnam in the coming film Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur. The Warner Bros. 37 more words

Astrid Berges-Frisbey

Astrid is probably best known for her role of a mermaid in The Pirates IV. For some reason, this was a difficult drawing for me because I struggled to get the face right. 66 more words


I Origins

Mike Cahill’s second fictional film, I Origins, bagged the prestigious Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at last years Sundance, as well as Best Film at the Catalonian International Film Festival.  254 more words

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