I’m sorry Dave, I just can’t do that
That was a strange movie. I really did not understand it. They are looking for the origins of life only to find themselves in a room with a bed and dinner on the table.
Kind of like a prison or mental hospital.
^IMHO that scene *perhaps* was about (self-)perception, time, space and beyond.
In one moment, he sees himself old, in another one young again.
Or someone (something) else that speaks to him, while mimicing his form (human) to make contact.
Then it appears as he sees the whole universe/meaning of life/future and past as one/ etc.
That being said, I haven't read the book yet (shame on me!). So the meaning is up to the viewer's phantasy, I guess. 😅
In a scene before, the flight through the colours may visualize the borders between dimensions.
Edit: The second movie is also very good, I think.
It's more focused to humanity and more optimistic regarding our future.
The effects and props are also interesting. The tech shown moves from the cold, but elegant 60s
IBM look of mainframes to that colourful, vibrant look of the 80s. Anyway, I'm going slightly off-topic, so I better stop. 😅
"Time, it seems, doesn't flow. For some it's fast, for some it's slow.
In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall..." - The Minstrel
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