THE MAN FROM EARTH SEE IT HERE FIRST FOR A LIMITED TIME: http://www.blaccmecca.com/magazine/movies/ft.htm Based on renowned sci-fi author Jerome Bixby's final 1998 manuscript, Man From Earth is the long-awaited film adaptation in which Professor John Oldman (David Lee Smith) attempts to convince his fellow faculty members that he is 14,000 years old. Shot almost entirely inside Oldman's cabin as he's about to leave his friends and career, the film's dialogue consists of philosophical chatting about the possibility and ramifications of his alleged birth during the Upper Paleolithic era. As his faculty peers are all anthropology, biology, religion, and philosophy scholars, the conversation levels remain high throughout. Also available at Amazon for $10.85 http://www.amazon.com/Jerome-Bixbys-Earth-John-Billingsley/dp/B000UYX4Q8 Jerome Bixby's The Man from Earth Amazon.com: Jerome Bixby's The Man from Earth: David Lee Smith, Tony Todd, John Billingsley, Alexis Thorpe, Richard Riehle, Ellen Crawford, Annika Peterson, William Katt, Richard Schenkman: Movies & TV amazon.com This movies provides some very interesting questions. Many answers that Blacks in the conscious community already know, and some that relate directly to us as a people. When watching this movie, keep in mind that Africans are much older than Oldman's 14,000 year old claim. CandyMan's Tony Todd stars in this movie as well. Pay attention to his character. He is used to tap into the Black demographic to send messages and information.