A psychological thriller set in the world of the black market human organ trade. The Harvest Project asks the question: What would you do to save the life of someone you love? By the end of... See full summary »
A psychological thriller set in the world of the black market human organ trade. The Harvest Project asks the question: What would you do to save the life of someone you love? By the end of the movie it is apparent that the answer might not be so clear. This is a story about the consequences of desperate actions, of blind greed, and of startling sacrifice. Written by
definitely brings awareness about underground organ trade being real
well done independent touching on real life issues. Strong characters - really makes you think about the question the movie poses. The score was extremely well done, considering this is an independent, matches up quite well against top movies with a large budget - looking through credits saw they actually used a orchestra for the score - not bad for a micro budget indie. Some scary scenes that really make you think about it possibly existing in real life ... but I think they got their message across about this really asking a philosophical question of what a person would do if faced with needing an organ. Made me Google to find out there definitely is an organ shortage, wait lists, etc.
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