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A neuron scientist and her husband discover a black-and-white 16mm film in the basement of a dilapidated hospital. The film documents underground experiments on a part of the human brain called the sylvian fissure in an attempt to gain insight into the 'forbidden territory' - an invisible reality achieved through neither life nor death. Obsessed with this surreal concept, the surgeon tries to reconstruct what she saw by recreating the experiment...starting with her own daughters!
Not even close to what I expected. I don't think the writer or director had any idea of who or what was suppose to be presenting itself to the case study patients. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tommyk
Remember the good old days of J-Horror? When Japan was cranking out horror movie hits like The RIng, The Grudge and Infection. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by B. Elazier