I rarely write reviews, but in light of the damning 1 star contribution by "Savita" I have to add comment.
For me, the film was interesting and thought provoking. Yes Amit Goswami's perspective combines spiritual ideas with his wealth of knowledge of quantum physics; since his background does include Hinduism and Indian cultural beliefs then it is no surprise the ideas merge... but i don't see why this would be an issue to anybody with an inquiring and open mind. It is refreshing to have such an intelligent individual who is (undoubtedly more intelligent than most) bringing such ideas to the masses and trying to combine the pure physics of the spiritual doubters with the ideas of those people who know and feel that there is something bigger than us as individuals.
If you want a film that will leave you thinking, a film that will help you get back in to the space of your own journey, and if you are open to ideas that may not be your own then this film will do it for you. If you have preconceived ideas that you wish someone else to affirm, or if you want a DVD about pure physics then move on to the next thing. For some people this film wont be the answer they were looking for, but at least it will make you think and that's always going to be a good thing.