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The Realm of Never: Moratorium (2002)

Unrated | | Short | 18 July 2002 (USA)
If the truth of the world violated natural law and contradicted a lifetime of teaching, would it be received as fact or fiction? Myles Goddard is pondering that question. Senate intern at ... See full summary »
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Jacqueline Muro ...
Dr. Beverly Mathias
Joanne Antonucci ...
Amanda Goddard
Jason Murphy ...
Wyndham
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Myles Goddard
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Lucas Ramirez ...
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Catharine Bolz ...
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If the truth of the world violated natural law and contradicted a lifetime of teaching, would it be received as fact or fiction? Myles Goddard is pondering that question. Senate intern at the nation's capitol, he is the 24th individual exposed to the Liresept virus, recent biological agent thrown randomly into the public. He awakens in a military hospital under the care of Dr. Beverly Mathias and awaits diagnosis of the general strain, which is treatable with antibiotics. But the major threat is the deadly strain 51, requiring quarantine because of its side effects. The brain imaging gives all indication of strain 51, but the diagnosis is clinical and can only be affirmed by what Myles says. Dr. Mathias and her assistant Wyndham scrutinize his return to consciousness and find that he indeed has the side effect: the side of effect of omniscience. Written by Anonymous

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"If you had omniscience, you'd also want to have omnipotence."

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A Cult Classic
2 March 2005 | by (Howard Beach, NY) – See all my reviews

The Realm of Never is a regular feature on the Queens Public Television network. It's a combo of schlock and genius. Low budget B flick and classic film. Community theater and masterpiece theater. A playwright's soliloquies and a soap opera's cheese. I'm not sure if I'm watching William Wellman or Ed Wood. But these opposites are all a part of its charm. The series already has a cult following in Queens, just because it's so different than anything else that's out there. Whether it was an artistic choice to produce supernatural drama in a public access studio, or just a financial crunch, is unknown. Either way, you have to take notice.


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