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What We See When We Close Our Eyes (2005)

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Aaron Eckhart ... Himself
Ben Kingsley ... Himself (as Sir Ben Kingsley)
Beatrice Lai Beatrice Lai ... Herself
E. Elias Merhige ... Himself
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Herself
Dean Radin Dean Radin ... Himself (as Dean Radin Ph.D.)
Paul H. Smith Paul H. Smith ... Himself
Russell Targ Russell Targ ... Himself
Jessica Utts Jessica Utts ... Herself (as Jessica Utts Ph.D.)
Baolin Wu Baolin Wu ... Himself (as Dr. Baolin Wu)
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 April 2005 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Pictures See more »
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1.85 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the DVD for Suspect Zero (2004). See more »

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Interesting supplement...
23 March 2006 | by Anonymous_MaxineSee all my reviews

Although this documentary strikes me as a being a bit too similar to those UFO sightings documentaries to a certain extent, it also makes it very clear that remote viewing is something that may very well have some merit, although not necessarily just because it was used by the military during the cold war. I like that very little time is spent tying the explanations in this documentary to Suspect Zero itself, and that it mostly concentrates on teaching the viewer something about the reality of remote viewing. There are some fascinating in depth interviews with some of the people who were actually trained by the military as remote viewers during the Cold War, as well as with some of the actors in the movie. You could almost put this same documentary on the DVD with Minority Report. There are slight differences in the kind of psychic magic that's done in Suspect Zero and Minority Report, but in many ways they are similar, and this documentary explains very well how it's own version works.


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