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Diverge (2016)

The survivor of a deadly virus is given the chance to reclaim his lost life by stopping the man responsible for the disease.

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4 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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Chris Towne
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Jim Eldon
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A man whose life was destroyed by nuclear war wakes up in a parallel universe where his pregnant wife and everyone he loves are still alive. The only person standing between him and the life he wants is someone he cannot face: the man he used to be. Written by Young Gunner Films

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Two Paths. One Life. See more »

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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a beautifully shot movie about love, relationships, and time: one of the best movies I have ever seen
1 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. It's a beautifully shot, well acted, smartly crafted drama/suspense/thriller. The music and sound effects, which come to surface, for the most part, during the second half of the film, are fantastic.

The only 2 things I would change about this movie are: 1. Reduce the first 20 minutes to 5 minutes. It took a while for the film to get going and it leads the watcher, at first glance, to assume the film will be a slow-moving meditation on relationships during within a crisis situation. 2. Add more music and sound effects to the first 20-30 minutes of the movie.

I watched this movie at a half-packed premiere in a run down area of Bushwick Brooklyn, at the "House of Yes", a performance space/dance hall, on a rainy Friday. Perhaps the rain and cold, even though it's only late September, prevented people from coming out. Those who did brave the inclement weather were rewarded. This film is a gem.

This film is, quite literally, one of the best movies that I have ever seen. It's better than most of the movies that are in the movie theaters. Yes, it is that good. The story and plot are clever, keep you guessing. The sound effects and mood music are spectacular. The acting is good. The cinematography is good.

This movie combines the best of drama and suspense with the flavor of a thriller.

I hope the filmmakers and directors get this movie on a provider like NetFlix, Hulu, or Amazon or all three. People need to see this movie. It's the kind of movie that stays with you. A fantastic movie in so many different ways.

Bravo!


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