This dream involved a documentary about a fictional low-budget horror movie that was like a combination of the movies Thirteen Ghosts (which I have not seen), The Cell, and The Island Of Doctor Moreau (which I have not seen).
Tag: Mekhi Phifer
What is it?
The 2002 American science fiction movie Impostor that was based on the short story Impostor by Philip K. Dick.
What is it about?
This is how Rotten Tomatoes describes this movie:
The year is 2079.
The earth has been at war with an alien force for over a decade.
Spencer Olham is a lauded government scientist whose latest work promises to save the planet.
But suddenly he is accused of being an alien spy, and becomes the subject of a nationwide manhunt.
Olham is faced with a two-tiered dilemma- can he prove his identity to the secret police in time to help mankind?
Can he ultimately prove his identity to himself?
What do I like about it and what might other people like about it?
I probably liked that this movie was better than I had expected and I liked the surprise twist at the end, and I think that other people might like that as well.
I had completely forgotten about this movie until my brother GC started mentioning a movie that we had seen years ago that he could not remember the name of, we had just finished watching the episode Kill All Others from the television show Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, and that episode reminded him of this movie in some ways.
We figured out the name of the movie and I looked it up, and barely a few pieces of my memory of it came back to my mind.
We both (maybe one or more of my other brothers saw it as well) saw this movie once years ago when it was probably on television, we probably were flipping through channels when it was coming on and so we started watching it, and I think that the movie was better than we had expected and it kept our attention and it ended with a surprise twist.
Waking Up From A Seizure In A Dream
I woke up from this dream with the song Fièvre by Pauline Croze playing in my mind, I listened to the album version of Fièvre for the first time last night before going to bed, but I am not sure if it was that version or the live acoustic version (which I probably like better in some ways, but there are some things that I like about the album version better) that was playing in my mind.