'The Unbelievers' follows renowned scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss across the globe as they speak publicly about the importance of science and reason in the modern world. Blasphemous to some, heroic to others, the weight of their message is impossible to ignore.
An interesting tour with two top academics.
- The Unbelievers review by Martin J from Portsmouth
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This was an interesting tour with two of the key academic proponents of rationalist scientific analysis of evolutionary biology and the nature of religious practice. This is backed up by a range of famous names with some extended interviews on the DVD with deleted scenes and a making of feature. The tour includes quite a few of the meetings and lectures that the two academics go on in an area of significant debate and controversy. The academics have good humour and patience when explaining what they regard as a matter of fact rarther than contention. I personally believe that religious can still have a role in a more diverse world and this debate can do some good in providing idears on how religions may change rather than end. A documentary worth watching.
Deleted Scenes: Candid Conversations on a rariety of topics, including Counterinruitive Science, The Laws Governing The Universe, The Anthropic Principal, Communication Techniques, Sir Isaac Newton, and The Word "Believe"
Extended Interviews: More in-depth conversations with Ricky Gervais, Stephen Hawking, Werner Herzog, Cormac McCarthy, Ian McEwan, Tim Minchin, James Morrison, Bill Pullman, and Sarah Silverman
On the Road with "The Unbelievers": A behind-the-scenes featurerre with the filmmakers discussing the inspiration and process of making The Unbelievers
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