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Two scientists test the emotional capacity of a lifelike android and discover some shocking results.
Director, Writer, and Producer: Stephen Herman
Starting with Traveler, I am adding a new category on my Three Years After blog: Short sci fi. I already posted a couple of sci fi teasers and trailers, yet they were not categorized. I guess I’ll post this kind of movies pretty often, yet I shall not keep it as the main category of this blog.
When a group of friends discover a secret code on the dark-web, they build a jet-powered craft to attempt jumping to the far side of our galaxy. But when they succeed, they unwittingly open up earth to the ‘aware’ – civilizations who are advanced enough to ‘jump’ through space.
See more at: http://www.travelerfilm.com/about/
Director: Simon Brown
In case you didn’t already noticed, a new page is available on this blog: Quotes. On this page I am quickly posting ear catching, or soul moving lines from movies I am currently watching. I already set up a format which includes a link to the actor and the movie. At some point a certain quote might determine me to write a post related to the movie it came from.
“Ice skating at your own risk” is a warning noticed in “This Is Where I Leave You“. The subsequent scene of this warning sent me straight to “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind“… Do you know why? Just watch the following screen captures!*
Would you like to listen some music with me, now? Be my guest!
Anathema – Thin Air (Eternal Sunshine… soundtrack)
INXS – Never Tear Us Apart (This Is Where… soundtrack)
Or perhaps you would like to watch the trailers… Enjoy!
This Is Where I Leave You – trailer
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – trailer
* The “This Is…” picture was captured from HBO GO, and the one from “Eternal Sunshine…” from a YouTube music clip, so the (c) belongs to the owners of those two movies…
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