Made in China, Sanctum & EVT, Three Short Sci-Fi Films, December 2014

Frames offers three short science fiction films. “EVT” by Mike Rohlfing is the tale of Experimental Virtual Therapy, which, as you might expect, goes very wrong. Stacy Singh’s “Made in China” raises the question of what make us “us,” as a grieving widow replaces her deceased husband with a perfect copy, from China’s New Life Corporation; it looks like him, has his memories…but is he really “him”? And “Sanctum” from Alvaro Aro asks if we are a Prisoner of the Machine; an obsessed biophysicist works on a dangerous experiment that takes a frightening turn.

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Made in China, Sanctum & EVT, Three Short Sci-Fi Films, December 2014

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