Possessor follows an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people's bodies - ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-paying clients.
Jennifer Jason Leigh,
This is the story of young mother Sandra who escapes her abusive husband and fights back against a broken housing system. She sets out to build her own home and in the process rebuilds her life and re-discovers herself.
In 1989 an ambitious young woman gets a weave in order to succeed in the image-obsessed world of music television. However, her flourishing career may come at a great cost when she realizes that her new hair may have a mind of its own.
An Emotional Roller Coaster & One of the Most Thought Provoking Existential Film's I Have Ever Seen
I had the pleasure of seeing this premier at the Sundance Film Festival and it was easily the best film seen. In fact, the past 6 years of attendance at the festival, there has rarely been a film that makes me walk out of the theater contemplating my own existence and the meaning of life in such a beautiful and profound way. The characters in this film are all so unique in that their presence on screen portrays a semblance of an emotion and personality that we all can connect with at some level. This film is certainly quite the emotional roller coaster as you are put into the perspective of each character as they strive for the chance to be born. Winston Duke, Zazie Beetz, Tony Hale....and the whole cast really give a performance of a lifetime and I commend them all of this outstanding achievement. That final scene though with Winston Duke....just WOW.
This film made me laugh, cry, ponder my own existence and beg for more. I am really looking forward to this once it is inevitably released in theaters or online, so that I can watch it again with my wife so that she can experience this beautifully orchestrated film.
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