Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds is a film created by Daniel Schmidt and narrated by Patrick Sweeney. The film was released in 2012, but don’t worry if you have not had the wonderful opportunity to watch this moving film because it is available online for free. Click here to enjoy.
The main focus of the film is to explore and explain the universe, religion and ourselves. The film runs about two hours but offers the audience a lifelong lesson. Soon you will realize that we are all connected and the power that we are constantly seeking resides in all of us. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds is not only informative but also inspirational.
There are so many reasons to enjoy this film but, for the sake of reading, here are the top reasons to watch.
The film is focused on an intelligent and complicated topic but it offers an explanation without talking down to the audience. As a young viewer this is extremely refreshing and appreciated.
The subject gives perspective without being offensive. When it comes to personal belief most people find it easier to make fun or down play the other person’s ideas but not in this film. The documentary explains that all religions are extremely similar if not the same.
One of the best reasons to watch this informative piece is because it addresses information that you need without unnecessary words. There have been countless articles, documentaries and speeches that drown the audience in material that is not needed. As stated above, in two hours the audience receives valuable information that has taken years to gather.
The film provided the two ways of understanding that people need. It focused on faith and facts. Some people learn and understand just by believing, others are more skeptical. Thankfully with every statement there was a proven example of what the narrator was referring to. It focused on spirituality and science, which people try to separate, but the way it was done really brought it all together.
Finally, if you still are not convinced to watch because you think it may be a bore, you’re wrong. If you do not find the subject alone interesting, then the audio and visuals will draw you in. Unlike most educational documentaries there is no boring man in a white lab coat reciting facts or out of date actors pretending to enjoy themselves. The soundtrack will stay in your head all day and the visuals are beautiful and engaging.
Inner World, Outer World is defiantly worth your while. You’ll be left with a thirst for knowledge and better understanding. In the words of the late film critic Roger Ebert, “Two thumbs up!”