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Polypore (2013)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Sci-Fi | 10 August 2013 (USA)
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A young man must cope with involuntary telepathy, a potion-induced transformation, teleporting agents and a clone reincarnation, all while dodging an evil corporation that wants to harvest his brain for knowledge.

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Jeffrey Bielat ...
Paul
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Paul
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Dr. Apollo
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Dr. Jégado
Herbert Von Schild ...
Leader of the Agents
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Activist First Lieutenant
Jack Tracksler ...
Dr. Tomten
James Barrett ...
Activist Captain
Oselito Joseph ...
Activist Second Lieutenant
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Film Blogger (as Vania Bezerra)
Shelly Whittle ...
Paul's Father
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Commercial Actor
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Dr. Jegado's Call Girl (as Christine Hunt)
Michael Ficarra ...
Leader of the Mercenaries
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Chiropractor
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A young man must cope with involuntary telepathy, a potion-induced transformation, teleporting agents and a clone reincarnation, all while dodging an evil corporation that wants to harvest his brain for knowledge.

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Le polypore  »

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Mega Mushroom (feat. Ronald Jenkees)
Written by Patrick Watson
Produced by Ronald Jenkees
Performed by Patrick Watson (featuring Ronald Jenkees)
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So intelligent science fiction still exists ...
2 October 2013 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

Polypore, a film about a young man on the run from a multinational pharma company, is an in recent times increasingly rare specimen of thought-provoking and intelligent science fiction that nevertheless never gets dull. And while I have to admit the very complex story is at times hard to follow (in its complexity rather than its basic narrative), it is incredibly well-paced, finds the right balance between delivering a serious message and outright satire, and has an air of mystery to it throughout to keep the audience guessing. Add to that some great action and locations, a rich visual language, and a solid cast, and you've got yourself a pretty good movie. Recommended!


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