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Just Like You Imagined (2003)

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In the near future and with the help of cloning, people learn how to use more than 15% of their brain capacity, the more capacity they can use the more super physical powers they can attain... See full summary »

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Gender Shifter
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Asian Shifter
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In the near future and with the help of cloning, people learn how to use more than 15% of their brain capacity, the more capacity they can use the more super physical powers they can attain. In the midst of it a small group of smugglers arise called "Gender Shifters," who manage to discover and develop the ability to transport outlaws through their bodies. Special units were created to hunt down the new coyotes. Written by Zeyad Alhusaini

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What will happen when people start using more than 15% of their brains.

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$100,000 (estimated)
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INCREDIBLE... Expect BIG things from this filmmaker...
19 June 2005 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

The film was, quite simply, amazing.

It's a credit to this young filmmaker to have accomplished so much with so little in the way of budget and time. The effects are fantastic and I would venture to say that films with even 10 times the budget don't even look this good. The level of artistry and professionalism speak for themselves when a new director is able to get name stars AND a name producer for his short.

As someone who regularly attends film festivals and has seen NUMEROUS shorts from young directors, I can honestly say this is a 10 out of 10- for the sci-fi story, the special effects and the direction.

I saw it screened at last year's COMIC-CON in San Diego and it was a full house. Everyone was impressed with the effects that were accomplished on a tight budget.

There is clearly a reason it has won so many awards coast to coast and internationally... A must-see if it's at your local film festival.


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