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Director Isaac Ezban, and actors Martin Wallström and Mark O’Brien talk about their involvement in and observations about Parallel, and the flexibility in storytelling that science fiction encourages, and so much more.
Don’t miss our review of Parallel: “Parallel” takes on the mental and moral tolls of using parallel worlds, and our previous discussion about The Similars: Indie Movie Talk: “The Similars (aka Los Parecidos)” and review: Reviewing “The Similars”
Isaac Ezban: Twitter @isaacezban, Instagram.com @isaacezban
Mark O’Brien: Instagram @markobrienforeal, Twitter @markobriennl
Martin Wallström: Instagram @itsmartinwallstrom, Twitter @martinwallstrom
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If you pass this film up by saying, “Ugh, another parallel universe flick.”, you did not ask the right question. Human nature. Why are we not able to visit a parallel world? What can you do if you could visit a parallel world. And of course there is no math test at the end of the film. (Hint: see M-theory)
I say this is on my DVD/Blu-ray list now. 5 kittens out of 5.