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The 2nd Law (2016)

| Sci-Fi, Thriller | 2016 (USA)
A brilliant but eccentric young scientist is obsessed with the question of life after death and is willing to risk all to find the answer.

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Credited cast:
Scott Asmar Scott Asmar ... Apartment Manager
Beelzebob Beelzebob ... Serpent
David Robert Deranian David Robert Deranian ... Tourist
Daniel Donaldson Daniel Donaldson ... Danielle's Father
Kally Khourshid ... Danielle
Rachael Levi ... Danielle's Mother
Ken Luzadder Ken Luzadder ... Aram
Chris McQueen Chris McQueen ... Guitar Player
Rusty Riegert ... Nick
Savannah Shane Savannah Shane ... Sensual Voice
Shonna Small Shonna Small ... Waitress
Frank Smeragulio Frank Smeragulio ... Cafe Cook


Danielle, a brilliant but eccentric young physicist is obsessed with the question of life after death. Her obsession stems from her mother and father dying when she was a child. Now a young woman in her late 20s and armed with scientific expertise, Danielle is determined to find the answer to the question that haunts her, what happened to her mother and father? To do this she experiments with Near Death Experiences, and with the mentorship of her former graduate advisor sets out to find answers not only of her parents, but also to the existence of consciousness beyond physical death. Written by David Robert Deranian

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Does consciousness remain past death?


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2016 (USA) See more »

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Brevard County, Florida, USA See more »

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Don't Waste Your Time
27 October 2017 | by markkbransonSee all my reviews

This review is simple: Don't watch this film.

Think about an hour and some off minutes of constant images somewhat akin to Kubrick's "2001's" "Beyond Infinity" sequence. The only ones who might find this somewhat engaging are those who are smoking dope and simply want the head trip of colors and sounds.

There is no real plot; there is no substantive acting (note that one actor is simply noted as "Beelzebob); many of the images are simply stock footage (see credits). So there is nothing to encourage anyone in this film

I'm sorry. I typically like to find one thing in a film to make a lukewarm recommendation. But in this case, just stay away,

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