Lyn and Bob embark on a wild adventure in Iraq, an adventure that takes them to a secret military base where psychological warfare techniques are being used. And there Bob meets Bill Django (Jeff Bridges) and Larry Hooper (Kevin Spacey), two other psychic warriors. The story of how the U.S. Army became interested in remote viewing (also called scientific remote viewing or technical remote viewing), how the New Earth Army came to be, and how Lyn first met Bill and Larry and got involved in the project, is told in flashback.
Some parts of the story are apparently true, but as in most historical fiction, the threads of truth are interwoven so tightly with fiction that it is hard to tell where one leaves off and the other begins. If you are really interested in remote viewing, this film will do nothing to enlighten you on the subject. On the other hand, there are many intriguing resources including Remote Viewing: The Science and Theory of Nonphysical Perception by Courtney Brown, Learn Remote Viewing a course by Major Ed Dames, and the products of a company called Psi Tech.
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