96 Souls (2016)

TV-14   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi

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A university research scientist, about to lose funding and status, has a lab accident and discovers he can see people's true intentions -- making his situation even worse.




  • Toyin Moses in 96 Souls (2016)
  • Kevin Rock and Sridhar Maruvada in 96 Souls (2016)
  • Jewel Greenberg in 96 Souls (2016)
  • Grinnell Morris and Mary Kay Wulf in 96 Souls (2016)
  • Toyin Moses in 96 Souls (2016)
  • 96 Souls (2016)

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9 October 2017 | amandaclairoconnor
| A Soul-Searching Escapade
Extraordinary storytelling and writing for this low-budget feature film. Science meets God when a doctor discovers a chemical formula that allows the human eye to see the essence of energy. The story makes a play for the advancement of psychoactive drugs. The "see smells" and 96 souls scenes are well worth the wait. The protagonist Dr. Jack Surtree "has it all" on the surface, yet his personal life is falling apart. He is facing dwindling research funding, an estranged wife, mother in a nursing home and loyal dog passing away. It seems Dr. Surtree's entire life has been devoted to controlled deductive reasoning with methodical outcomes, and he has hit a wall. Grinnell Morris is an excellent actor in this role, especially in such scenes where he convincingly says a sweet goodbye to his dying dog. He must venture into the unknown to find solutions. With the aid of his new formula and a little help from his friends (a minister, a homeless schizophrenic, and an East Indian doctor) he succeeds in finding a humanitarian medical cure for society. The characters expand on these ideas with heart-felt revelations, delivered by strong actors. I admit to tearing up on several occasions. "When you are free, I am free; we can't escape the effect we have on each other in the larger societal consciousness."

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