Written by: Kevin Sluder
In order to solve his wife’s murder, a reclusive scientist uses his experimental technology to dive into the memories of her accused killer.
“The Memory Sphere” is an “Inception” or “Source Code” like sci-fi story with a stellar mystery thrown in to differentiate it from the pack. It is the complete package from immaculately written visual descriptions, to fascinating characters, to an enthralling mystery, to a wonderfully moving story, all wrapped up in a very marketable premise and a story world that allows for all the amazing visuals like those we saw in “Inception” – yet done without all the exposition that was necessary to understand it. I have little to offer in the way of criticism or advice. The story was clear, it had me hooked from the beginning, it left me moved in the end, and I was never bored at any point throughout. I would definitely pay to see it, I would enjoy watching it, and I would recommend it to all my friends. Given the success of the aforementioned films, I see no reason why this wouldn’t be a commercial success. Even with the dark storyline and somewhat dark ending, it still manages a wonderful emotional resolution that will not be easily forgotten. And while the special effects could be expensive, the cast and locations are very concise and controlled. I see no reason why this shouldn’t be purchased and produced. Congratulations to the writer.
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