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Senn (2013)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Mystery, Sci-Fi | 19 February 2013 (USA)
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Strange phenomena begin to plague Senn, a factory worker on the forgotten world, Pyom, when an enigmatic alien intelligence arrives to deliver him to the Polychronom. This ancient object ... See full summary »

Director:

Josh Feldman

Writers:

Josh Feldman (co-writer), Britton Watkins (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Zach Eulberg ... Senn
Lauren Taylor ... Kana
Taylor Lambert ... Resh
Wylie Herman ... We
Samuel James Moore Samuel James Moore ... Young Senn
Paul R. Frommer Paul R. Frommer ... Corporate Spokesman (voice)
Emi Boonin Emi Boonin ... Dranitic Fever Victim
Brent Thorn Brent Thorn ... Purchasing Officer
Lauren Maurer Lauren Maurer ... Senn's Mother / Brainwash Victim
Arthur Dein Arthur Dein ... Infant Senn
Colombe Dein Colombe Dein ... Intake Nurse
Theo Kumar Theo Kumar ... Chaná
Katherine Blair Katherine Blair ... Adhí
Valeri Iliev Valeri Iliev ... Onú
Thor Muller Thor Muller ... Training Officer
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Strange phenomena begin to plague Senn, a factory worker on the forgotten world, Pyom, when an enigmatic alien intelligence arrives to deliver him to the Polychronom. This ancient object has surreptitiously chosen him for a mysterious purpose that could mean his undoing. Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

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When Resh discusses the video with Senn and then sees the sparkling "surveillance device", the towel around Resh's neck repeatedly changes location between cuts (around the neck, in his hands, and back), and his hair changes from wet and spiky, to dry and smooth, back to spiky. See more »

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Tunngem'esh
Written by Cubosity Music (as Cubosity)
Lyrics by Britton Watkins
Performed by Noah Boonin
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The Most Innovative, Creative Sci Fi Movie in Years
12 January 2019 | by tabunoSee all my reviews

13 August 2016. This sci fi movie is a brilliant fusion of the George Lucas classic dystopian futuristic THX-1138 (1971), the mysterious hard-hitting sci fi adventure thrill of Star Trek: The Movie Picture (1979) and the contemporary mind-bending celestial experience of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar (2014). The result is a gorgeously amazing cinematic experience of creative dazzling visuals along with a sharp Stanley Kubrick simplicity in set design and photography almost as a tribute to Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) . What makes this superb movie come together is its underlying fresh musical new age tones artfully editing into the movie along with its solid melding of a variety of delicious hard core sci fi concepts into a simplified and low-budget full feature film.

This break through movie is a sensual feast of the harsh metallic and bleak life of drudgery along (even with its own written language and The Demolition Man (with an astronomical galactic vision of dazzling stellar craftsmanship and the meditative and delicate purity of nature. Mostly this movie is about connections at their most fundamental and multi-dimensional existence that transcends the current sci fi films of today. Except for a slight wobble in some musical strains and a brief prolonged droning dialogue early on, Senn is a breathtaking, step beyond into a compelling and extremely appealing science fiction mystery, adventure.


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