There were always hints of Terrence Malick’s obsession with nature in his movies.

In 1973’s Badlands, it was lingering shots of the Montana wilderness; when Tree of Life came out in 2011, between scenes of Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain, it was shots of dinosaurs and astronomical phenomena.

With Voyage of Time, out on Oct. 7, Malick ditched the traditional narrative and decided he was simply going to tell a visual history of the universe and life on Earth.

Easy, right?

To do that, he enlisted the help of a group of scientific advisers. Read more…

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Scientists behind Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ explain why it’s a groundbreaking film