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Einstein's God Model

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USA  •    •  89m  •    •  Directed by: Philip T. Johnson.  •  Starring: Aaron Graham, Kirby O'Connell, Kenneth Hughes, Brad Norman, Darryl Warren, Karol Kent, Tiffany Scott, Andy Hannon, Mallory Bordonaro, Darren Stephens, Mike McNamara, Chanté René Linwood, Jessica Brooks.  •  Music by: Paul Smith, Senon Williams.
    For thousands of years, only religion has offered an answer to what happens after death. Science is about to change that. With the help of a physicist, a blind medium, and Thomas Edison's final experiment, Brayden Taylor embarks on a quest to contact the afterlife. For his love to transcend dimensions, he must defy the laws of quantum physics. He must defy the balance nature demands. He must defy ... the God Model.


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Image from: Einstein
Image from: Einstein
Image from: Einstein
Image from: Einstein
"Einstein's God Model" is a terrifically conceived and shrewdly executed piece of sci-fi storytelling, applying theory from science's greatest historical figures to our existential quest for proof of consciousness beyond our earthly lives. This is a film that very admirably and consistently doses the brain with a full buffet of cranial course load -- Edison and Tesla join Einstein not only in the film's credits scroll (nice touch), but in the storytelling's pursuit of the notion that we may live on post-mortem in the soul's more modernized reclassification as an enduring electromagnetic field. Sold!

Brayden (Aaron Graham) is a young anesthesiologist. His fiancé has recently passed. Alone in his grief, he yearns for a metaphysical reunion, and attempts to actualize it by seeking out a physicist pursuing contact with the dead. It turns out that the physicist, too, has shuffled off this mortal coil, but his widow gifts Brayden a laboratory contraption built by the great Thomas Edison himself, who was once in similarly hot pursuit of these same epiphanies.

For the existentialist living for that final moment when life gives way to the ultimate answers, "Einstein's God Model" is pure exploratory bliss. The fascinating abundance of science seamlessly woven into its elite storytelling doesn't just adequately acquit itself; it's indeed the film's key strength, evoking contemplation at the highest levels while giving way to some thoroughly riveting crescendos. "Einstein's God Model" comes heavily recommended, and particularly for those in constant query of whatever the beyond may (or may not) look like. - (Was this review of use to you? If so, let me know by clicking "Helpful." Cheers!).

Review by TheAll-SeeingI from the Internet Movie Database.


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