A break-in and murder at a New York City museum sparks an investigation by Interpol Agent Nathan Nelson. When he finds an ancient artifact at the crime scene, Nelson takes it home to conduct more research. A freakish combination of a lightning storm, a pet chameleon and the rune stone gives his daughter, Maggie, mystical powers to shape-shift her appearance at will which includes the ability to mimic other people and animals. Now Maggie must utilize her new-found super powers to solve the mysterious kidnapping of her father and to learn the secrets of an ancient, long-forgotten race of people.
Did You Know?
As Maggie considers the source of her powers, she jokingly suggests being bitten by a radioactive chameleon. This is a reference to Stan Lee's most famous creation, Spider-Man (bitten by a radioactive spider). See more
Maggie and Mosaic are flying from New York to Rome, which is east. But we see the plane flying toward the sunset, which is west. See more
Dad was right. This whole acting thing suddenly feels empty and stupid, when you consider the world is at stake. I hope he's still alive to hear my apology.
Don't be so hard on yourself. Would you say farmers are stupid, or doctors, or the police?
No, but they feed people. They heal people. The police protect us.
They feed and heal and protect their bodies, yes. But it is acting that feed their minds. Gives them hope. It takes them what is, and envelops them in what might be. Do not ever forget...
References Star Trek
Words and Music by William Anderson
(as William Kevin Anderson)
Performed by Vanessa Graziano
Produced by William Anderson
(as William Kevin Anderson) See more