Christian Sci-Fi “Remember”  Released

“Remember,” which was released to DVD October 15, has just been named Best International Narrative Feature at San Diego Christian Film Festival. A new official trailer can be found at www.TheRememberMovie.com. Here is an excerpt from an independent review by Chalcedon’s Lee Duigon: “Remember outclasses many a Hollywood production… The story is compelling; the acting is professional in quality, even without a single big name in the cast; the camera-work is superb; the music is just right-and, best of all, Remember is artistically daring and full of surprises.” http://chalcedon.edu/research/articles/a-review-of-remember-a-christian-sci-fi-film/ Remember is a Lammiman Family film from MovieMakers. Synopsis: It’s the year 2050. We are recovering from a catastrophic collapse of the economy and population implosion. We have traded our freedom for security, turned our children over to the state at birth and we take memory blocking drugs to cope. Captain Carl Onoway’s job is to protect children from adults who might attempt to break free from society’s mold and reunite with their children. Following a traumatic incident, Carl receives a series of unusual messages that challenge him to remember his past, question his beliefs about families and lead him to play a double role that not even he himself suspects. What is a man to do when he finds himself on the right side of the law, but on the wrong side of truth?


Comments

2 • Paul Munger • October 24, 2012 • 7:25 PM

Congratulations, Lammimans!

3 • John Michael Sheehan • November 02, 2012 • 4:02 PM

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4 • Greg Lammiman • November 27, 2012 • 7:15 PM

“Remember” just won a Platinum Pixie Award from the American Pixel Academy for its special effects. A score of 9.2 out of 10. This is compared to industry standards. Great job, special effects team!

5 • Ann Blackstone • January 17, 2013 • 6:08 PM

I can’t wait to watch it!

6 • Kevin Carroll • July 01, 2013 • 4:26 PM

Do you have plans on offering a VOD option for this on any websites?