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After inventing a drug that induces time-compressed virtual realities, young Ren grapples with partner Sam over how to use their powerful creation.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jessica De Gouw ... Ren Amari
Thomas Cocquerel ... Danny
T.J. Power ... Sam
Shalom Brune-Franklin ... Coder #2
Daniielle Alexis ... Train station pedestrian
Clarence Ryan ... Byron Finbar
Tiriel Mora ... Dr. Amari
Sarah Anjuli ... Start-up Programmer (as Sarah Hopkins)
Liam Graham ... Jared Amari
Priscilla-Anne Forder ... Miss Wilson
Hoa Xuande ... Coder #1
Maggie Meyer ... Board Member
Anna Philp ... Pedestrian
Adam T Perkins ... Security Guard
Rebecca Caldwell ... Start up programmer
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After inventing a drug that induces time-compressed virtual realities, young Ren grapples with partner Sam over how to use their powerful creation.

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Release Date:

15 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Iншожиття See more »

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Very loosely based on the novel Solitaire, written by Kelley Eskridge. See more »

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Ren Amari: As far as the brain is concerned, reality and fantasy are chemically identical.
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An Australian movie that is truly world class.
16 June 2017 | by carolethecatloverSee all my reviews

Otherlife, from a novel, Solitaire, by Kelley Eskridge, which was sold and optioned and rejected, is resurrected and made in Western Australia. It looks expensive, professional and could have been a product of Industrial Light and Magic. The graphics, special effects that do not make you think 'cgi' are so realistic that you need to physically hold onto your seat.

It will be billed as Science Fiction, but really it is Speculative Fiction. In an all too near future, with a 'what if' with some mega modern corporation, were to be stolen, or is it? You are wondering just what is happening, unless you pay close, really close attention. The main premise is just too likely to become a reality in my lifetime. There are 3 premises in this 95 minute film.

The other reason this is a must see film is the chance to spot future and rising stars, more Australian stars, we can never have too many in Australia. Also technical expertise (some of them will be Kiwis, for sure) and directors that are better than good. It is also spoken in dinky di Strine. No fake American or British accents. This film comes together smooth perfection. Best film so far in the Sydney film festival, 2 days to go.


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