Good movies are based on the successful attempt to tell a story. People v. The State of Illusion takes you further, by making you part of the story being told. This film, by Austin Vickers, questions the very nature of reality, and through an examination of our perceptions, beliefs and imagination, makes you both judge and jury in what will be the most important trial you will ever witness – a trial about you!
Austin began his career as a trial lawyer in 1989 for one of the largest law firms in the Learn more
Brenda J. Dunne is President and Treasurer of the International Consciousness Research Lab Learn more
Debbie Ford is a Life Coach, and the author of the NY Times #1 best-seller The Dark Side o Learn more
Dr. Candace Pert is an internationally recognized pharmacologist who has published over 25 Learn more
Joe Dispenza, D.C., studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. He h Learn more
Dr. Michael Vandermark: is co-founder of the Human Process Mastery Institute and is a vers Learn more
Peter is a Senior Lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also Foundi Learn more
Robert G. Jahn, is Professor Emeritus of Aerospace Sciences at Princeton University, and D Learn more
People v. the State of Illusion has been screened throughout the United States, England, Ireland, Canada, Holland and South Africa. In addition to public showings at movie theaters, film festivals, public television (PBS) and psychological associations, custom viewings have been provided for senior and mid-level employees at many public, private, and not-for-profit organizations. Additionally, the film has had extensive exposure in two US universities (masters and doctoral level courses) and several US government agencies. Viewers positive responses to the movie led to the primary research question for a University study that wanted to know whether the simple viewing of this 90-minute docudrama could lead to positive behavioral changes by its viewers, in both workplace and non-workplace environments. The answer was a resounding YES! Click here to read the results and the full study.