Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Fantastic World of INK

From Double Edge Films comes the innovative & imaginative high-concept sci-fi thriller indie film extravaganza... I N K
Written and directed by Jamin Winans, Ink is a poignant story about the power of storytelling and dreams to define and direct us.
Plus, interestingly illustrates implications of narrative causality.
Interweaving conscious and unconscious realms, Ink takes us through a labrynthine struggle between agents of good dreams and agents of bad dreams—- as a creature called Ink steals the spirit of a special 8 year old girl. An excellent cast brings to life a wonderful script with the nuance and depth of fully realized characters. Visually & conceptually spectacular.

The more I thought about Ink, the more I liked it. The more I liked it, the more I felt compelled to buy the DVD. Not just to add to my collection of awesome stories, and to watch again (and again)... but also to thank the creators.

Ink works equally well on at least three levels of interpretation:
*non-corporeal entities who only appear human, as processed by human brain/ conceptions.
*non-corporeal human spirit agents.

The “surprise” plot twist ending is predictable, if you are paying attention—- but in the good way, in that it is a logical extension of the narrative sequence.

buy Ink DVD
Also available on Netflix and iTunes.

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