In August 2019, only four months before the debut screening of
"The 1 Field", director Tsipi Raz decided to take a potentially huge risk: to give a chance to another experiment on camera one that seemed almost impossible to achieve, yet if successful, would have far reaching benefits for humanity.
The risks involved investing many thousand of dollars at a time when funding was hard to come by.
The purpose of the experiment was to examine if it's possible to identify the impact of live music on blood in a test tube.
In other words – if we sing to a blood sample, will we see an effect? Obviously if we detect an impact on blood outside the human body in a test tube, presumably there will be the same impact on blood in the body, i.e., on the person.
Thus we set out on August 26, the production crew with Anders Holte and Cacina Meadu, to John Stuart Reid's lab in the heart of the wild landscape in Cumbria, England.
We traveled to an unknown and mysterious destination with great risk, but also the potential to be groundbreakers in the first experiment of its kind, let alone historic.
We invite you to view detailed documentation, minute by minute of the journey to unfold the impact of live music on a blood sample, on water and the immense significance of the findings we uncovered.