PLATO’S REALITY MACHINE is a 79 minute Sci-Fi/Romantic Comedy starring Trieste Kelly Dunn and featuring an innovative video-game storyline.
“For Charles, video-games are a much-needed escape from reality. But when virtual vixen Sophia leads him on a mysterious quest that interweaves with the lives of five love-lorn New Yorkers, they will all learn that in the game of life, every heart is a moving target.”
Trieste Kelly Dunn (BANSHEE), Carolina Bartczak (BRICK MANSIONS).
Featuring an original score from Industrial music legend Raymond Watts (KMFDM).
Plato’s Reality Machine had it’s world premiere at the Oaxaca Film Festival in September 2013 and went on to an award winning international festival run, racking up two “Best Feature” wins. The film has been profiled in Backstage, IndieWire and C.H.U.D. It will be released on VOD nationwide on January 20th, and will have a special one-week limited theatrical engagement at the Arena Cinema in Hollywood beginning Friday, January 30th.
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