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VIRTUAL REVOLUTION (2016) Movie Trailers: Mike Dopud Investigates a Multi-Dimensional Crime

Mike Dopud Virtual Revolution

Virtual Revolution Trailer

Guy-Roger Duvert‘s Virtual Revolution (2016) movie trailer stars Mike Dopud, Jane Badler, Jochen Hägele, Maximilien Poullein, and Kaya Blocksage. Virtual Revolution‘s plot synopsis: “In a world where most of the population spend their time online, inside virtual worlds, Nash is a hybrid. Half of the time online, the rest of the time, in the real world, he is a private investigator/killer, hired to track down and eliminate the terrorists who threaten the system and who killed his girlfriend. Torn between the past and the future, between virtual and real, Nash ends up having to take some decisions that will impact his life, but also the society he lives in.”

Virtual Revolution looks like an interesting sci-fi. An investigation carried out in two planes of existence: the real world and the virtual world is a concept that finds difficulty in not being interesting. Virtual Revolution‘s visuals will remind the viewer of the excellent short film La Caja de Pandora and Blade Runner.

Virtual Revolution stars Petra Silander, Nicolas Van Beveren, Elie Haddad, Emilien De Falco, Zoe Corraface, Melissa Mars, and Leslie Carles.

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