A paralyzed soldier gets a new body in a breakthrough surgery. Then, he realizes the terrible cost.

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A paralyzed soldier gets a new body in a breakthrough surgery. Then, he realizes the terrible cost.

Filmmaking duo The Brothers Lynch’s taut, suspenseful sci-fi thriller offers a fascinating take on mind-body connections.

A paralyzed soldier undergoes a pioneering procedure to restore his sense of movement — an innovative mind transfer operation that allows him to regain his physical abilities through another body.

But his new lease on life comes at a cost, as the experiment has unexpected life-or-death consequences.

Beautifully shot with elegant, nimble camerawork and well-composed photography, “Trial” — which is being developed into a feature by the Brothers — effectively evokes a dystopian world with a few effective effects and subtle sound design.

But this futuristic world is grounded in terrific performances and fast-paced action, which will entertain audiences while thoughtfully challenging them to think at the same time.

He begins to feel it at 6:08… then sees it at 10:24…






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