Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

I just read Eugenie Scott’s review of the movie, Creation, a drama about the life of Charles Darwin that was recently screened at the Toronto Film Festival. This film, which — astonishingly — does not have a distributor in the USA, humanizes Darwin by showing us key events from his life after he returned from his famous five-year voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. But Eugenie Scott is not the only one who likes this film; it has received positive reviews from Rotten Tomatoes, Ray Bennett of THReviews, the IMDB and Roger Ebert. Besides being touted as an excellent film, Creation has the coolest interactive website I’ve experienced since I had the great honor to play around on JK Rowling’s official Harry Potter website. You have just got to go there to play with the Creation website.


Nice trailer, huh? If any of you in the film industry are reading this, you need to help this film get a distributor in the USA so I can watch it on the big screen.

Comments

  1. #1 charson
    September 13, 2009

    I think if Charles Darwin was alive he would come up with a new theory to explain some of the intricacies of science. he is really the father of genetics. for the movie, i would want to watch it.

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