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I Origins(2014)

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I Origins follows a molecular biologist studying the evolution of the human eye. He finds his work permeating his life after a brief encounter with an exotic young woman who slips away from him. As his research continues years later with his lab partner, they make a stunning scientific discovery that has far reaching implications and complicates both his scientific and and spiritual beliefs. Traveling half way around the world, he risks everything he has ever known to validate his theory.

Director(s)
Mike Cahill
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Producer(s)
Mike Cahill
Hunter Gray
Alex Orlovsky
Language English
Genres Science FictionDrama
Runtime 1 hours, 46 minutes
Budget $0.00
Revenue $336,472.00
Production VerisimilitudeBersin PicturesWeWork Studios
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