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Flock of Dodos

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Format
DVD
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
09/10/2007
Studio
Docurama
Length
85

In a light-hearted take on the culture wars FLOCK OF DODOS tweaks egos and pokes fun at both sides in the evolution vs. intelligent design debate. Evolutionary biologist and filmmaker Dr. Randy Olson rides along with jargon-impaired scientists and jargon-rebranding intelligent designers as they engage in the comic theatrics that erupt wherever science and religion clash over the origins of life. From the shadowy well-funded headquarters of the pro-intelligent design Discovery Institute in Seattle to the rarefied talk of Olson's science buddies around a late-night poker table FLOCK OF DODOS lends a thoughtfully critical ear to the wonderful personalities and passions driving the Darwin wars. By explaining the quirks of evolution with colorful visual aides while respectfully listening to people of faith FLOCK OF DODOS is "intelligently designed for popular appeal" (VARIETY). And if you find it difficult to determine which side of the issue is the bigger flock of dodos Olson offers up his 83-year-old mother Muffy Moose as the ultimate head dodo who provides the Rodney King perspective of "can't we all just get along?" This enlightened fun film is a must-see for anyone who cares about the issues of our time. DVD Features: Top Ten Questions; Shared Visions: A Comic Debate; Pulled Punches: Controversial Content; Vetoed Comedy: Humorous Deleted Scenes; Panel Discussion Highlights; Howard Hughes Medical Institute Clips; Animation Outtakes; Filmmaker Biography.

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Director: Randy Olson
Producer: Ty Carlisle
Actor: Dr. Michael Behe
Actor: Muffy Olson
Actor: Randy Olson
Actor: Sue Gamble
Actor: Kathy Martin
Actor: Dr. David Botjer
Actor: Dr. Steve Case
Actor: Jack Cahill
Actor: John Calvert

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DVD
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Flock of Dodos | Dr. Michael Behe