‘What Death Leaves Behind’ Review

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Stars: Khalil McMillan, Vincent Young, Shaira Barton, Christopher Mann, Erin O’Brien, Johnny Alonso, Alexandra Tydings, Kelly Dowdle, Shaira Barton, Amanda Diaz, Dennis Jeantet, Al Sotto | Written by Chad Morton, Rachel K. Ofori, Scott A. Hamilton, Nico Giampietro | Directed by Scott A. Hamilton

Cellular memory – A parallel hypothesis to body memory positing that memories can be stored outside the brain in all cells. The idea that non-brain tissues can have memories is believed by some who have received organ transplants, though this is considered impossible.

Cellular memory is also the main premise behind What Death Leaves Behind.

For me at least, the idea of cellular memory does seem a little bit silly (I’m sure there’s an episode of The Simpsons about it) and in the wrong hands, trying to make it into a grounded and serious movie it could fall apart completely. But thankfully director Scott A. Hamilton
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