Unbelievable true story about man who clinically died two times and became homeless while trying to film his experience. A philanthropist Milan Friedrich building flying saucer moved the man to his home for three years to fulfill his dream. Homeless man plays himself, and all his family like he has seen during the clinical death. He makes strange costumes and make up to mirror his memories.
I watched "The Secret of Karma" after enjoying "Alpha Code" by Milan Friedrich. "Alpha Code" had a coherent plot; "The Secret of Karma" did not. The story jumped constantly between the past, present, and future of the reincarnated souls whose lives are intertwined. However, I liked the look of the far future, and appreciated Brendan Frasier's brief appearances.
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