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That the universe is best seen as constructed from thoughts and ideas rather than from matter. That “empty space” is not empty. That matter is not solid, and electrons are able to pop in and out of existence without it being known where they disappear to. That beliefs about who one is and what is real are a direct cause of oneself and of one’s own realities.
That peptides produced by the brain can cause a bodily reaction to emotion. In the narrative segments of the movie, Marlee Matlin portrays Amanda, a photographer who plays the role of everywoman as she experiences her life from startlingly new and different perspectives. In the documentary segments of the film, interviewees discuss the roots and meaning of Amanda’s experiences. The comments focus primarily on a single theme: “We create our own reality. The director, William Arntz, has described What the Bleep as a movie for the “metaphysical left”. Work was split between Toronto-based Mr.
Lost Boys Studios in Vancouver, and Atomic Visual Effects in Cape Town, South Africa. The visual-effects team, led by Evan Jacobs, worked closely with the other film-makers to create visual metaphors that would capture the essence of the film’s technical subjects with attention to aesthetic detail. Lacking the funding and resources of the typical Hollywood film, the filmmakers relied on “guerrilla marketing” first to get the film into theaters, and then to attract audiences. This has led to accusations, both formal and informal, directed towards the film’s proponents, of spamming online message boards and forums with many thinly veiled promotional posts. According to the makers of the film, “Bleep” is an expurgation of “fuck”. William Arntz has referred to the film as “WTFDWK” in a message to the film’s street team. The Institute of Noetic Sciences, a New Age research organization that “explores phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models”, has supported What the Bleep Do We Know!