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Radiant (2005)

A genetically-engineered virus, meant for good, but never before tested on humans, has found a host. This is the story of four desperate people who, in their search for medical answers, ... See full summary »

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A genetically-engineered virus, meant for good, but never before tested on humans, has found a host. This is the story of four desperate people who, in their search for medical answers, were exposed to this created virus, called radiant, and the solitary lab assistant who becomes their only witness. Written by Anonymous

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27 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

I was privileged to see this movie on two occasions, first being at the Dallas premiere. If you like to actually use your brain during a film, a film that has all of the elements that allow anyone to watch and associate instances in their life, dreams, or fears then this is the film you cannot miss. The acting and cinematography are phenomenal and quite literally pull your darkest psyche into the forefront while you try to keep up with the ever changing influences on the characters, while still trying to associate your own decisions and beliefs with the responses confronted by the characters throughout the carousel of what if's that are displayed throughout the storyline. Without giving anything away, this is one of the pinnacles of the independent scifi thrillers in recent memory that absolutely walks through the gray area of real life and fiction. An area that collectively, as a human race, we are are going to have to decipher more and more as we progress in medicine and technology. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys walking out of a theater or seeing the credits role on their TV at home and enjoys deciphering the film and it's parallel avenues in the life you see around you.


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