A university research scientist, about to lose funding and status, has a lab accident and discovers he can see people's true intentions -- making his situation even worse.
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The director stated, "If critics made a effort to experience the film in a theater - who knows - they might have described it as a Dostoyevskian story of a tormented soul, presented in the stylized manner of a medieval illumination. But snarkiness prevailed based on the limited dynamic range of their laptops. Either way, shallow critiques suck." See more
You a teacher?
Dr. Jack Sutree
More of a scientist. Bioscience. I study ways to improve life.
Look around here. You got your work cut out for you, playa.
The end credits celebrate the entire cast utilizing their likeness along with their name and role. Even though the end credits are among the shortest in modern film history, every single person who worked on the film is credited, even the extras. See more
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Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: II. Ases dod (The Death of Ase)
Composed by Edvard Grieg
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