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Transmission

Canada | USA , English, 14 mins

Original Title

Pokhantsum
  • Director: Emily Mkrtichian; Anahid Yahjian
  • Writer: Kamee Abrahamian; Lee Williams Boudakian; Anahid Yahjian; Emily Mkrtichian
  • Producer: Kamee Abrahamian; Lee Williams Boudakian; Anahid Yahjian; Emily Mkrtichian

CGiii Comment

Technically, it's very good.

But, without reading the blurb, there is no way you would know what's going on. However, as a precursor to a bigger project, it has potential...with a major re-write and a re-think with regards to some of the wardrobe decisions!


No trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

K and L are cultural conservationists working in a not-so-distant future to preserve the artifacts and histories that are being systematically destroyed by a totalitarian government. When they are in a deadly car accident, time splinters into parallel realities, separating them. Each enters a reality where one dies while the other lives, and they embark on a search between worlds to find each other again.

Cast & Characters

Lee Williams Boudakian
Kamee Abrahamian
Sidony O'Neal

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