Mnemophrenia

January 25, 2020 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

Virtually Fascinating Theoreticians, futurists, and sci-fi fans will rejoice after collective immersion in the wonderfully dense “Mnemophrenia,” a film that anticipates a medical condition identifying the mind’s blurring of truths between organically-lived experiences and those realized through ongoing exposure to virtual reality. Imagine, for example, learning that a man you knew throughout early life wasn’t ever real, yet his virtual construct positively informed you to live your most fully realized existence:…

Anonymous says:

It was ok but… Not a lot of budget going on here but they did well with what they had. Except for the story which seemed to have no point. 3 story lines – one about VR developers; one about VR disease; and one about a dying person who uses VR to see through the eyes of others. I don’t know what happened to the developers or the ppl with the disease, the dying person died. Lot of build up for that conclusion which was entirely lame to me personally. Otherwise was ok.

Anonymous says:

A must-watch! This was definitely a unique film that was thought-provoking and brilliant! It certainly gets you thinking about the connection between our minds, memories and reality. It’s definitely a film that needs to be watched more than once to truly appreciate the meaning behind it. After a dreadful decade (or two) of bland and recycled plots in films, it was refreshing to watch something tantalizing and different! A highly recommended sci-fi! Bravo!

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