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Polypore (2013)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Sci-Fi | 10 August 2013 (USA)
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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Paris Apartment
Written by Patrick Watson
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Maybe it's too ambitious
6 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

It probably was an challenge to produce this on a small budget, and deserves recognition. But;

For an independent movie, it's pretty ambitious. Maybe too much. The script is all over the place. The photography relies a lot in the post- processing, it compromises the immersion.

There are some interesting characters, like the french guy and the guerrilla leader. But they feel underdeveloped, they needed more screen time. Again, there was too much going on.

When it was intended to be funny, it was funny. But when it tried to be serious, not so much.

In the other hand, it does makes some good points about corporations and such. I am looking forward for more movies from this studio.


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