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There are a whole lot of ways a sci-fi movie can go. They can take the high-octane, action-packed route of a Looper or Total Recall. Sometimes they go abstract and challenging, like 2001: A Space Odyssey, or the work of Terry Gilliam. There are broad comedies, and cheesy space-operas, and everything in between.

Some, though, set out with one goal in mind - to change the way we think about the world.

That, it seems, is the aim of I Origins.

The film, scheduled for release later this month, looks set to be a provocative look at the relationship between science and religion - and at our own sense of who we are. Three newly released clips showcase this spirit - and you can check them out below:

The independent film - written, directed and produced by Mike Cahill - stars Michael Pitt, Brit Marling, Astrid Bergés-Frisbey, Steven Yeun, and Archie Panjabi.

[I Origins](movie:782567) is set for release July 18, 2014.


What do you guys reckon? Look like it'll be worth a watch?

via Geek Tyrant


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