I wonder what the religious feel about this film?
When I rewatched it recently (with the more modern, beautifully ethereal GAS sountrack) it just reminded me how insignificant we are in the cosmic scale of things, and that there definitely was no god (god having been a figment of/crutch for our feeble minds).
Though mentioning this to a friend, she said that a religious person would no doubt view this film as proof of the existence of god. LOL. They probably could I spose, despite all the major innacuracies and omissions contained in the worlds supposedly divinely inspired religious texts (the Koran says the sun sets to the west in a muddy lake and that stars are spirits in the sky, the bible says that pi is 10/3, they all more or less say earth is the centre of the universe) and somehow deem this sparse beauty of numbers as gods work.
As Dawkins says "Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?"