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In our exclusive look into I Origins, director Mike Cahill, actors Michael Pitt and Brit Marling and VFX artist Michael Glen discuss the uniqueness of the human eye, its inspiration on the film's narrative, and how motion capture CGI technology was used to replicate retinas from one actor to another.

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