I Origins Soundtrack (

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I Origins

Title in Português:

O Universo no Olhar


I Origins

A young scientist and his lab partner set out to dis/prove, once and for all, the origins of mankind by studying eyes and the chromosome for sight in various species. Over several years they collect data that they feel ends up proving Evolution is the correct theory, and gain some notoriety. After their son is born and his eyes are mapped, another person's name comes up in the database as the person those eyes belong to. Another doctor calls and hints that their son has some autism markers and needs to be tested, but all they do is show the baby pictures and try to map which picture his eyes are drawn to and what his reactions are.

This confuses the parents and they begin their own investigation. They start by visiting the person whose eyes match their son's, and they find the person died shortly before their son's conception. They also find that the people in that person's life were in the pictures shown by the other doctor to their baby. As they delve further into the mystery, they start to see data that challenges the known fact that everyone's eyes are unique. They stumble onto a match for the father's ex-girlfriend - a young girl born shortly after his girlfriend's death, who is living in India.

He begins a search for the little girl and when he finds her, administers his own test of photographs. The girl's scores are consistent with random choice and he begins to feel foolish that he ever questioned his own previous research. Yet as they leave and head to the elevator, the little girl explodes into hysterics and does not want to enter the elevator. As he realizes the reason for her hysteria, his conclusions are once again challenged as he remembers his ex-girlfriend, the match to this little girl's eyes, died in an elevator accident.

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I Origins
Who Are You
La Traviata: Act 1: Un Di, Felice, Eterea (Alfredo, Violetta)
Driverless Car
Fall On Your Sword: Performer
Will Bates: Writer
Motion Picture Soundtrack
Thom Yorke: Writer
Dust It Off
Eternally Yours
Beautiful Dreamer
Waltz in C Minor

User reviews

James Miller

The use of subtle instrumentation and ethereal vocals in the score adds a layer of introspection and introspection to the narrative, deepening the connection to the characters' journey.

Robert Adams

Overall, the music in I Origins serves as a powerful storytelling tool, enhancing the film's themes of love, loss, and the search for meaning in a thought-provoking and captivating way.

Carol Brown

The soundtrack of I Origins beautifully captures the emotional depth and complexity of the film's storyline, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Patricia Clark

The soundtrack of I Origins perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the film's storyline, enhancing the viewer's experience with its haunting melodies and evocative themes.

Anthony Hill

The music perfectly complements the themes of discovery and exploration, creating a sense of wonder and intrigue throughout the movie.

Timothy Evans

The music in I Origins effectively builds tension and suspense, creating an immersive atmosphere that keeps the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats throughout the film.

Mary Evans

The soundtrack's ability to convey both the scientific aspects and the emotional resonance of the story is commendable, showcasing the versatility of the composer's talent.

Amanda Martin

The haunting melodies and atmospheric tones in the soundtrack evoke a sense of mystery and suspense, keeping the audience engaged from start to finish.

Mary Taylor

The use of music in I Origins is subtle yet impactful, seamlessly weaving in and out of scenes to underscore pivotal moments and evoke a wide range of emotions, from joy to sorrow, leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.