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Trinity

Synopsis

A disturbing psycho-sexual thriller which, through a highly plotted story, examines how easily we can manipulate, and be manipulated, by the ones we love. Using genetic engineering as a metaphor for the atrocities committed in the concentration camps, Trinity explores the potentially disastrous consequences of searching for perfection in the human form. A young female officer, Schiller, is accompanied by her ex-lover, superior officer Brach, on a mission to recover a rogue geneticist Doctor Clerval. Together they investigate a distress signal from the gene camp in which Schiller was incarcerated. So begins their entanglement in a deepening web of convolution, doubt and deceit.

Details

Year
2002
Type of film
Features
Running Time
90 mins
Format
35mm
Director
Gary Bolton-Brown
Producer
Adam Haight, Jay Firestone
Editor
Gary Bolton-Brown
Screenwriter
Gary Bolton-Brown
Director of Photography
Tim Wooster
Sound
Steve Haywood
Music
Illan Eshkeri, James Raiher
Principal Cast
Tom McCamus, Luch Akhurst, Stephen Moyer

Genre

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Last updated 26th November 2005

Production Company

Worldmark Films Ltd
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London W11 1PH
UK

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Sales
Company

Firework International
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UK

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