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.


Stanley Jacobs


Stanley Jacobs
7 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »





Credited cast:
Grinnell Morris ... Dr. Jack Sutree
Sridhar Maruvada ... Ram Tambel (as Sid Veda)
Paul Statman ... Dr. Clayton Redfield
Toyin Moses ... Bazemint Tape
J. Michael Silver ... Van Tromo (as Michael J. Silver)
Kevin Rock ... Dr. William Bleu
Rob Locke ... Rev. Stuart Halloway
Lily Shaw ... Medina (as Shaifali Ratti)
Jewel Greenberg ... Melanie Sutree
Porter Duong ... Trixie Tao
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Megan Albertus Megan Albertus ... Student
Amanda Ardoin Amanda Ardoin ... Rest Home Worker
Malcolm Arnsdorff Malcolm Arnsdorff ... Passerby
Jasmine Ashrafi Jasmine Ashrafi ... Data Processor
Betsy Baker ... Juror #3


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 »


Bazemint Tape: You a teacher?
Dr. Jack Sutree: More of a scientist. Bioscience. I study ways to improve life.
Bazemint Tape: Look around here. You got your work cut out for you, playa.
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Crazy Credits

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 »


Featured in Starfilm (2017) See more »


Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: II. Ases dod (The Death of Ase)
Composed by Edvard Grieg (as Grieg)
Courtesy of Naxos of America
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This is a waste of time that could be spent watching weeds grow
30 March 2020 | by johng-90893See all my reviews

I could go into a long diatribe as to why this has candidacy for the worst movie ever made. Part of me wants to, but I fear you would stop reading, and the risk that you do is too great. If this review saves even one person from watching this film, then it is my civic duty to write it.

Just use your imagination about what makes a movie satisfying and then remove all of those things. Think like reconstituted powdered mashed potatoes made with water and no salt.

Some people enjoy entertainingly bad films, but imo this has no value on that front either.

This is a film that could be used to show what not to do, particularly in the writing, acting, directing, and special effects areas. You could teach an entire class based on the analysis of what makes this film bad.

I actually feel sorry for whomever made this film. I hope you find joy in something else in this life because you have zero aptitude in film-making. I'm sorry to be so blunt, but you wasted my time and mislead me.

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Release Date:

26 May 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

96 Souls See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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SJPL Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.37 : 1
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