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OtherLife
Year:
2017
Country:
Australia
Genre:
Crime, Thriller, Mystery, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
6.4
Director:
Ben C. Lucas
Rebecca Caldwell as Start up programmer
Fiona Blackhall as Pedestrian & Hospital Visitor
Clarence John Ryan as Byron Finbar (as Clarence Ryan)
Priscilla-Anne Forder as Miss Wilson
Sarah Anjuli as Start-up Programmer (as Sarah Hopkins)
Hoa Xuande as Coder #1
Liam Graham as Jared Amari
Maggie Meyer as Board Member
Adam T Perkins as Security Guard
Anna Philp as Pedestrian
Jessica De Gouw as Ren Amari
T.J. Power as Sam
Storyline: Ren Amari is the driven inventor of a revolutionary new drug. OtherLIfe expands the brain's sense of time and creates virtual reality directly in the user's mind. With OtherLife, mere seconds in real life feel like hours or days of exciting adventures. As Ren and her colleagues race around the clock to launch OtherLife, the government muscles in to use the drugs as a radical solution to prison overcrowding. They will create virtual cells where criminals serve long sentences in just minutes of real time. When Ren resists, she finds herself an unwilling guinea pig trapped in a prison cell in her mind. She must escape before she descends into madness, and then regain control of OtherLife before others suffer the same fate.
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Reviews
Brilliant yet overwritten
Otherlife is one of those rare "smart" sci fi films (films that rely more on story than SFX) that is actually too smart for its own good.

The story is not merely engaging, it is overwritten. Too many themes, arcs, loops for the viewer. Too much choice. The end result is that the viewer feels cheated in some way.

And then there is the cinematography. It is stunning and brilliant. Too brilliant. It distracts from the story.

The argument could perhaps be made that the story had so many loops and twists in it that there was no other way to tell it than the way the director presented it. But that is just an excuse for a film that leaves the viewer feeling lost.

The wild card is Jessica De Gouw. She has what Hollywood calls a "chimera" face. In some scenes she looks plain. In some she looks like Kate Beckinsale's prettier sister. The camera loves her and justifiably so.
2017-10-20
Good Original Sci-Fi if You Haven't Seen Playtest
OtherLife is the story of a piece of software that can transport you into a dream-like world (like Total Recall). The movie discusses the implications of the software through the 2 developers' secret projects with the software.

For a low-budget science fiction movie there is a lot of positive things to point out. I was personally impressed with the visual effects and the courage to tell the story through the language of cinematography (dolly zooms, Dutch angles, color-grading, etc.). When it comes to acting and sound design I found the movie did a decent job and it never felt like an amateur low-budget movie to me.

Unfortunately there were 2 things that annoyed me about the movie: Firstly, the movie takes ideas from existing sci-fi which makes the story unoriginal and predictable (to some extend). It reminded me in particular of 2 Black Mirror episodes; White Christmas and Playtest. If you haven't seen Black Mirror I think you will find this more original, less predictable and consequently enjoy it more. Secondly, the protagonist is a very smart woman working on the software, but she only appears to be smart when working on the software and not in any other part of her life. I don't want to give any examples of this since that would spoil the plot. If you don't expect to share these issues then I believe you will like or maybe even love this movie.

In conclusion i enjoyed watching the movie, and I am surprised by the low rating (my ratings are usually 1-2 points under the average). Despite a few issues I will definitely keep my eyes open for this directors next project.

To me OtherLife is a decent movie which amounts to a 6/10 in my rating distribution.
2017-10-30
Very good futuristic movie!
I really enjoyed this film, Jessica De Gouw is so gorgeous female to watch out and a very good role performer. Se was very convincing as a computer programmer as good she were in other aspects of the film. At this time I'm reading Michio Kaku's "The future of the mind" and I feel so excited that a lot of this book pair the feature of this film.
2017-11-24
Boring!
A 6.4 rating? Are you serious? More like .64.

I found this one on Netflix and it was rated 5 stars (but then again, just about every film on Netflix is rated 5 stars). It's half a star at best.

The film is confusing and incredibly boring. I was trying hard not to fall asleep but eventually gave up with maybe 15 minutes left.

I found it very difficult to follow what was going on. I also never understood exactly what the Other Life product did? It reminded me of Total Recall where you implant memories, but I'm not sure, and most importantly, I do not care!

There is no action whatsoever. Just a bunch of boring flashbacks and silly dialog.

My advice is to avoid this turkey.
2017-10-21
Great Sci-Fi movie but ending could have been better (spoiler alert)
I really enjoyed this movie. It was well written and acted but I thought the ending was convoluted. I thought a better ending would be to have her wake up from a coma since it was her that drowned, not her brother. Her father could have created the code so that she had to fight to wake up. Trying to save her brother could have been a way to use her own ideas to help the code and explain the process while she was in a coma. As it was, I thought it was a more standard Hollywood ending.
2017-10-18
predictable
I wanted to like this show, but the weight of a thousand tropes just left me feeling like it was a giant waste of time. Spoiler warning for the first episode, in case you haven't seen it.

The premise of the show is a kind of branch off of an idea explored in the movie 'Conception'. Basically, the main character Ren, a hip twenty-something computer programmer, has created a drug (which she constantly refers to as "brain code", whatever that is) which allows you to experience a computer generated simulation with a huge time dilation; events that seem to take hours or days in the simulation happen in mere seconds in the real world.

Ren is launching a company called Second Life, sorry OtherLife, to sell the technology to the masses as a way to safely experience fantastic, fully realized adventures in just a few real world minutes. Ren's real drive however is to use the invention to communicate with her brother, who was left in a persistent vegetative state after some accident.

As the pressure mounts and disagreements arise with her partner over the impending product launch date and future direction of the technology, Ren accidentally allows a friend to use a dose of the product and he has a bad reaction and dies.

Her business partner, who wants to accept funding from the prison system to use the product as a "virtual prison" but is blocked by Ren on ethical grounds, makes an arrangement for Ren to be the first virtual prisoner in exchange for keeping the death under wraps (thus saving the company) and keeping her out of real jail.

The problem with this show is that based on just the few paragraphs above, which amount to about the first 20 minutes of the first episode, I can almost guarantee that most everyone reading this already knows exactly what happens next.

If you guessed that her business partner is evil and she becomes trapped, then congrats because you spotted the ever so subtle danger that literally everyone in this position would immediately spot. Not Ren though, because the plot needs her to lack even basic common sense. So no, she doesn't consult with a lawyer or demand over site over the procedure, no she doesn't tell anyone so someone checks in on her, no she doesn't question whether her friend is actually dead or if that whole memory was implanted (I have no idea if this is actually part of the plot, but I assume it is because it's the easiest, laziest way to deliver an extra shock to the character later). My point is, this would have to be the dumbest genius to have ever lived for the situation to play out like it does in the show.

Beyond the extremely predictable plot, the other problems I have with the show are based around the technology. Ren's prison sentence is one virtual year that is said will take one real world minute. That would suggest our brains were capable of processing stimulus about 600,000 faster than the world moves, which is just absurd.

Also, there is no way in hell a technology like this would ever make it to consumer product. Think about it, who in the whole world do you trust enough to literally change the memories in your head? I wouldn't let Mother Theresa use that thing on me. But on the show the only nod to this is a short interview between Ren and some bureaucrats who ask her about the other potential uses of the technology, which Ren brushes aside as if they were stupid to even ask.

Anyway, I guess I think that there was a bit of a wasted opportunity in this show. It would have been more interesting had they bucked convention and not rushed head first into a dystopian interpretation, maybe spending the early episodes exploring the positive possibilities to draw the audience in before surprising them later. Just a thought, but for me it was frustrating to watch Ren blithely head down into the basement to check out the scratching noise instead of reacting the way any sane human would to obvious danger.
2017-10-18
It's just bad code
Ren (Jessica De Gouw) goes off the deep end and her brother drowns and becomes a mental vegetable. She has created a company that creates chemically implanted memories...memories of not traveling to Mars and saving the miners, but snow boarding. Her experiments have risk and her main goal is to revive her brother. And as expected the film gets to the point where we don't know what is real and what is an implanted memory for its clever twist.

Not as well scripted as I would have liked. Acting was okay.

Guide: F-word, sex, no nudity
2017-11-02
Definitely deserved a better review than 6.5
*A no spoiler review so this will be pointless for anyone looking for confirmation/discussion after watching.*

Overall: Highly recommended.

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, having no idea what it was about when I clicked on the icon in Netflix, so was slightly disappointed to find it given such a mediocre score on IMDb.

I will not give away the plot, suffice it to say that you'll have stay on your toes to follow the hints and clues. On a second watch, they are quite cleverly there!

The acting is first rate! The lead role's character and background are sufficiently fleshed out and approachable, and the majority of the science is quite convincing.

Moreover, like much of the best speculative fiction, the premise raises some philosophical and moral questions: In this case, regarding the application of cutting edge technology.

While not entirely original in plot (but then, what film truly is in the 21st century?) the adaptation and implementation makes for a worthy and memorable ride with some visceral and quite disturbing moments, not to mention a spot of exercise for the old noggin.
2017-10-17
Good Concept, Bad Execution..
Ren Amari is the driven inventor of a revolutionary new drug. OtherLIfe expands the brain's sense of time and creates virtual reality directly in the user's mind. With OtherLife, mere seconds in real life feel like hours or days of exciting adventures. As Ren and her colleagues race around the clock to launch OtherLife, the government muscles in to use the drugs as a radical solution to prison overcrowding. They will create virtual cells where criminals serve long sentences in just minutes of real time. When Ren resists, she finds herself an unwilling guinea pig trapped in a prison cell in her mind. She must escape before she descends into madness, and then regain control of OtherLife before others suffer the same fate. Otherlife is a film that although it packs a great concept and takes plot points from films such as Matrix and Total Recall about dreams and reality it does such a poor job with it for example there's so many sequences where Ren is taking this drug and after let's say the first 15 minutes? I was tired a lot and as much of a good job Jessica De Gouw might have done the film just doesn't justify itself or it's genre instead it's boring, the dialogue is awful and the whole brother situation goes nowhere, a very disappointing film i must say. (2/10)
2017-10-19
Impressive
I loved this. It was entirely new. No well known actors. At least not that I knew right off. The acting was good. The story was good and quick to reel you in and an excellent ending. Worth watching every minute. The cinematography was well done too. No quick angles, no sudden movements or jittery camera movement. And not one of those amateur films that clip scenes and jump around.
2017-10-24
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