What the Bleep Do We Know

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Science Documentary hosted by Marlee Matliln and published by Others in 2004 - English narration

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An oddball blend of surprisingly lively scientific dissertations, playful 3D animation and visual effects and Marlee Matlin in a parallel fictional component, "What the #$*! Do We Know?" (the "#$*!" is officially pronounced "bleep"), serves up something of a metaphysical sampler platter.

Think of it as "The Matrix" for the quantum physics set.

Financed by William Arntz, a successful creator and seller of computer software companies who also happens to be a devout Buddhist, and co-written by Arntz, director Mark Vicente and producer Betsy Chasse, the documentary provides entry level, risk-free enlightenment with a great deal of charm and invention.

On paper, the promise of 14 leading scientists and mystics defining reality wouldn't exactly seem like a swell night at the movies, but the filmmakers manage to get their message across painlessly and even intriguingly thanks to a presentation that's big on those eye-catching effects and an accompanying irreverent tone that prevents it from taking itself too seriously.

Meanwhile, Matlin's on hand to put some of that deep thinking to more practical use as a photographer whose mundane, day-to-day existence is turned upside-down as she embarks on a journey into greater self-awareness in a way that's a lot more entertaining than it just sounded.

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  • Video Codec: Divx6
  • Video Bitrate: 2800
  • Video Resolution: 1280x720
  • Video Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Audio Codec: AC3
  • Audio BitRate: 384kbps 48kHz
  • Audio Channels: 6
  • RunTime Per Part: 42 + 31 + 35
  • Number Of Parts: 3
  • Part Size: 700
  • Ripped by maga998

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