PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
While on a journey of physical and spiritual healing, a brilliant neurosurgeon is drawn into the world of the mystic arts.
Originally, the film was to feature a prologue set in CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, aka the European Organization for Nuclear Research) and would feature a discussion on parallel dimensions. The filmmakers felt this was too ... ...
The Ancient One:
Master Kaecilius. That ritual will bring you only sorrow.
The Eye of Agamotto was first seen as one of Odin's relics in Thor, yet it turns up in the Kamar Taj in this movie without any explanation. However, the same thing was previously said about the Infinity Gauntlet being seen in Odin's vault but then showing up in Thanos' possession without explanation. In Thor: Ragnarok, Hela goes down into the vault and states that Odin's Infinity Gauntlet is fake (thus revealing that Thanos always had the real one), and then says that most of the other relics are also fake. This could suggest that the Eye of Agamotto that was previously seen in the vault is one of the fakes that Hela was referring to, which means that the real one could have been with the Ancient One the whole time.
Part of the closing credits appears in a sequence of shifting mandalas.
Written by Roger Waters, Richard Wright (as Rick Wright), Nick Mason, and Syd Barrett
Performed by Pink Floyd
Courtesy of Pink Floyd Records/Sony Music Entertainment
by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
€2,093,522 (Italy) (30 October 2016)
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