The Synthetic Man (2013)

Director
John R. Hand

Main cast
Mike Ensley; April Hand; Jeff Hartley; Esaw Parker, Jr.; Angel Robillo

Genres
Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi

Description
A young woman filled with anxiety and paranoia escapes into herself and creates a fantasy world involving ancient aliens who control the human race through the'Synthetic Man,' a figure shrouded in mystery who may hold the key to the woman's tangled past.


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