This movie is opening at the Loft Theatre (3233 E. Speedway) on Friday Feb. 3rd. Meet writer/producer AUSTIN VICKERS in person at the post-film Q&A’s on opening weekend — Friday at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 4th at 7:00 p.m. Regular admission prices will apply: Adult $9.00, Senior (65+) $6.00, Child(12 & Under) $6.00, Matinee $6.50, Student, Military, Teacher $7.00, Member $5.00.
Good documentaries are based on the attempt, in one fashion or another, to document reality. Great documentaries take you further. PEOPLE V. THE STATE OF ILLUSION questions the very nature of reality and reveals how our perceptions can actually create that reality. If you enjoyed The Secret, The Shadow Effect, or What The Bleep Do We Know!?, then you’re sure to be intrigued by this compelling and thought-provoking new docudrama.
This must-see psychological film includes some of the nation’s leading thinkers in the fields of neuroscience, biochemistry, psychology, quantum physics, sociology, and consciousness theory, including Dr. Thomas Moore, Dr. Candace Pert, Debbie Ford, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Robert Jahn, Dr. Peter Senge, Brenda Dunne, and Dr. Michael Vandermark. Set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary, the film tells the story of Aaron Roberts, and is an inspiring and compelling movie that will enlighten your mind and elevate your spirit. PEOPLE VS. THE STATE OF ILLUSION is directed by Scott Cervine and written and produced by Austin Vickers.
For more information go to the Loft Cinema website (click here) to view the trailer. This film “opened in Phoenix on September 9, 2011, where it played to sold out audiences and was the #1 Independent Film in Arizona for over 6 weeks”, per Curtis Cook of Human Process Mastery, which is promoting this film. It is supposed to open nationwide in March, so this is a sneak preview showing in Tucson.
I just viewed the movie trailer which talks about stress, perceptions, habits of thought, being afraid of living — this is definitely my kind of existential movie, since I enjoyed “What the Bleep Do We Know!? (click here for my blog when Dr. Masaru Emoto came to Tucson to discuss that film).
See you at the movies.