Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

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Kes
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Jor Brel
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Jora Mirell (as Eve H. Brenner)
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Jareth
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Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

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Eve Brenner (Jora Mirell) also guest starred in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Violations (1992) with a similar theme of those with telepathic abilities being able to manipulate memories of others. See more »

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When Jor Brel passes his musical instrument on to Janeway, he holds its neck in his left hand, thus placing it into Janeway's right. However, when the camera switches - virtually in mid-sentence - the instrument has turned 180 degrees, and she now holds the neck in her left hand. See more »

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B'Elanna Torres: So that's it? We just... go on our merry way, and nobody ever has to take any kind of responsibility?
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
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An obvious parallel to the Holocaust, the 'disappearance' of the Armenians and other atrocities.
17 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Throughout much of our last century or so, quite a few horrific mass murders have occurred. The Nazi holocaust, the Soviet purges, Rwanda, the slaughter of the Armenians and more testify to the fact that the last 100 years have been an abysmal track record for mankind. So, it's not at all surprising that the writers for "Star Trek: Voyager" would take on the topic of genocide themselves.

When the show begins, Voyager has just made a new friendship with some very nice pilgrims who they are taking back to their home planet. Everything is sweet and nice and life looks quite fine for everyone. In the midst of this, Torres begins having very sexy dreams--very realistic and sexy dreams. Perhaps these dreams are the result of the crew's interactions with this new race--one that has heightened psychic powers. However, when this movie-like series of dreams turn ugly and violent and talk of mass murder, Torres realizes that someone is trying to covertly pass on to the Federation that this 'nice' race has a past that is anything but nice!

This is a clever episode and manages to both entertain and say something of significance. Worth seeing.


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