None of it affects how cells divide, none of it affects how gravity attracts objects, none of it affects electro-magnetic currents, none of it affects the computational mechanics of a neural network, it's just not real.
But, since Philosophy does affect those who can destroy the dividing cells, those who manipulate electro-magnetic currents, and those who steer and utilize the computational mechanics of a neural network, it is quite real.
As an aside, I finally saw the movie. I'm not a fan of the style, certainly. But if even 1 thing claimed is true (with regards to the persecution of non-religious ID talk, especially), then it is a shame on science, which should be focused merely on gathering the evidence and having the debate, and not on how people react to the evidence & debate (which should be left to the Philosophers and Sociologists).
If someone wants to propose a flat earth (& has "evidence" to support it) and debate those who have evidence to the contrary, science should facilitate the debate with no interest in the outcome, even if the outcome is patently predictable. If science denies the ability
to question even the most thoroughly entrenched, proven, accepted laws, it ceases being science and should be moved to the Philosophy department. If the movie is 100% false on all fronts, then science has nothing to fear, and people should cease with the vitriol.
I do agree that only peer-reviewed research should be presented in schools, especially everything below Graduate and Post-Grad level studies. If ID gets to that level, then so be it. If not, then so be it. I personally think ID is the only way to explain the heretofore unexplained, but I'm also fairly confident that my assertion cannot be proven scientifically, and will only be justified in The Kingdom, not in the laboratory or classroom.