Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Maya Entertainment to Show Speed of Thought to Audiences April 12th: DVD Artwork

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Distribution company Maya Entertainment will release a new sci-fi thriller titled Speed of Thought. Nick Stahl (Mirrors 2), Mia Maestro (Frida), and Taryn Manning (Kill Theory) will star. Speed of Thought involves that prolific gift of telepathy and the lengths that governments will go to manipulate those with this power.

Nick Stahl plays Joshua Lazarus, the gifted and his name portends to biblical references. Is this a gift from God? There are references to Joshua leading the Isrealites in the New Testament and of course, Lazarus is one of the first ever zombies (resurrected by Jesus). One begins to wonder at the significance of the name and why filmmakers continue to choose their influences from religious doctrines e.g. Christian, Jewish and Muslim teachings. Have there been some new eye witness accounts of the messiah recently, that his reviewer has missed?

The synopsis for Speed of Thought is here:

"Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) possesses a special gift that enables him to read people's minds, and the government has trained him to use his ability for deadly missions involving national defense, all while telling him that it will ultimately destroy him --- but will it?

When Joshua falls in love with Anna (Mía Maestro), another telepathic 'scoper,' he and his friend, Kira (Taryn Manning), must find a cure for their gift and expose the lies" (Maya).

Release Date: April 12, 2011 (DVD).

Director: Evan Oppenheimer.

Cast: Nick Stahl, Mía Maestro, Wallace Shawn, Blair Brown, Erik Palladino, Alan Cox and Taryn Manning.

The trailer for this feature is here:

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