the factoids and static shots that usually precede a movie move into factoids about genes and proteins, as seamlessly as possible, they then move into the movie itself quietly

then we are making our way through the debris in Mattie's room, the pictures, bulletin boards and posters of the universe, like the opening in "gone in 60 seconds" only for science and the web. but before this

imagine seeing through the thoughts of those living in little worlds as you
zoom down from heaven to earth... first through the space station pilot,
then through the jet pilot, then through the twin otter pilot, then through
the skydiver, then through the judo player on the ground, then through the
hockey player, then through the school teacher, then through the student...
who is really thinking back to the fun they had the previous weekend on the
roller coaster... only the teacher is talking about DNA, and how it isn't
the DNA but the binding proteins that make things happen and suddenly the
student is thinking about the DNA and the roller coaster simultaneosly and
how that the fun is being had in the car on the roller coaster and the DNA
is just the track itself and suddenly we are seeing the cassette tape with
gnarled up tape and Mattie is cursing the stupid antique machine that had a
copy of a song she liked that reminded her of her mother because it was her
mother's favorite song... roller coaster say what by the originaires then
the red hot chili peppers.

now we can demograph the top 10 or top 50 activities that people do
recreationally and use these as our changing points of view... this will
maximize the sense of inclusion that people will experience when viewing the
movie.

now remember if you begin a film this way by jumping through the percepts of consecutive people in forward order, you are obligated to end the movie by going back out the way you came... move like the demon moved that narrated the movie, "Fallen".

separate task... see how many levels of recursion you can support

imagine hearing the thoughts of each of these people as they see through their eyes and live their moments in their lives, imagine jumping around
like that...

imagine designing cellWorld so that it opens like the halftime show at the
superbowl, keep opening with hooks from songs everyone likes... these can be computed from billboard charts data according to the demographic of the audience you are trying to reach... those most likely to make a change...

take all the moments from movies you have liked and string them together to generate new meaning, just like the superbowl halftime directors did with sound.