San Andreas, a 2015 documentary about the devastation that can be caused by powerful earthquakes is fascinating. The film uses analogies from experimental research in order to show the connection between several factors. In the film, we are looking at an earthquake-induced tragedy. The features of an experiment which are independent from any modification need not be modified. Reflexion is the dependence on dependent variables. This situation has the earthquake and tsunami as its independent variable. Peyton envisioned that the earthquake would be the foundation of the movie’s events, and determine the character involvement. The scene’s constant element is the one that has an impact on all other elements. Similar to the tsunami, it is an urgent problem that forces the protagonists into a survival plan. Film’s dependent variable refers to the resultant tsunami-hit ship. A number of lives were lost when the ship fell out of control, leading to the destruction of the Golden Gate Bridge. The characters were dependent variables because of their flexible nature. Because they were affected by the effects of the tsunami, the characters are dependent variables. The study was completed through observation and analysis. Unchanging foundation was the factor that determined which variables would be independent. The dependent variables, on the other hand, were random and significant events that happened in response to the scene’s set-up. The characters and the ship are therefore dependent variables, while the earthquake or tsunami are independent variables.