Short Film

TRUE SKIN (2012) Short Film: Stephan Zlotescu, Jen Oda

Stephan Zlotescu True Skin

True Skin Short Film. Stephan Zlotescu‘s True Skin (2012) short film stars Stephan Zlotescu and Jen Oda. True Skin‘s plot synopsis: the story is set in “Bangkok, Thailand in the future where mechanical replacement limbs, colorful physical augments, robots automatons, and metal service bots roam around and are part of society…Our hero [Jay] comes into possession of a mysterious chip that gets him into hot water with some nefarious forces.”

I can not believe that people willing decide to become Borg but never dying sure does have its appeal. I still can’t see people cutting their faces off, limbs off, and then there is the question of how people can afford all of these high-priced surgeries.

More on True Skin: “Director Stephan Zlotescu is taking meetings at production companies and studios this week to adapt True Skin into a full-length feature film.”

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