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The Mystery of Life Revealed in B Movie The Quiet Earth

The Quiet Earth Shows That God Is Like a B-Movie Director by Charles Mudede W hy is there life to begin with? How did ordinary matter become the bizarre matter that dances into organisms that seem to have only one final purpose: to become more organisms? To get closer to the heart of these questions, it is better to watch a B movie like The Quiet Earth, which was made in 1985, than a serious art-house film like Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life.
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