Saturday, 30 December 2017

2047: Virtual Revolution - Review, Poster and Trailer

Review by Jon Donnis:
Mike Dupod stars in Virtual Revolution, and he is one of those actors that you will always recognise as he has done so much, but for name recognition he really doesn't get enough credit for being a damn good actor.

Dupod plays Nash a Private investigator hired to investigate virtual hackers. You see we are in the future, and in the future the world seems to have gone full on Matrix, well not everyone, we have people known as the "connected" they live their lives in a virtual fantasy world, and then you have people who just live in the real world, and then Nash a hybrid who spends his time in both.

Well any time you have online fantasy worlds, you have someone making money, and that is who hires Nash to go after the hackers.

The film is a mix of Bladerunner 2049, Matrix, and a bit of Minority Report thrown in to. This is Guy-Roger Duvert’s debut feature and it is really well done, and easily stands up against films with 10x the budget.

A film which is probably more truthful in what a potential future could be like for the human race than anyone would like to think.

This film will make you think, and that is a good think.

An enjoyable and thought provoking scifi neo-noir thrill ride.

Award-winning sci-fi 2047 : Virtual Revolution, starring genre fave Jane Badler, premieres on DVD January 16 from Wild Eye Releasing.

The year is 2047. Most of the world's population live inside corporate-controlled virtual worlds and drift further out of touch with reality. Nash, a private investigator/ mercenary is hired to track down a group of hackers who are disrupting and terrorizing the virtual space in a bid to free human beings from their online prisons.
Guy-Roger Duvert’s (Eyeborgs) stunning sci-fi thriller, the recipient of over 40 awards, including Best Film at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and Best Feature at Dragon Con, makes its US DVD premiere January 16 from Wild Eye Releasing.