A drug that alters perceptions during trauma and stress, is being advertised as a cure for socio-political tensions. Several couples volunteer for human trials but end up with more than they bargained for.
A Blanc-Biehn production centered around the idea of a governmentally designed drug created to help correct or strategically alter perceptions gathered during times of trauma or stress. Slated as being a substance that may help solve issues with everything from racial tensions, PTSD and geopolitic battles, first a focused study is needed to see how people respond to treatment and what dosages might be needed. Four couples are chosen to test this drug, and soon find their memories and sanity challenged.Written by
I don't think anyone managed to get past the first 10 minutes of the film. I understood what the movie is about, nothing original, but at least it could have been interesting, but when I saw the poor quality of sets and acting, I decided I have other things more important to do with my life.
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