I love strange low budget science fiction films. I think I’ve made the comparison before, but what they remind of is the fantastic little tales from faded collections of sci-fi stories put out back in the sixties and seventies, the sort you pick up for a quarter at used book sales and you have to rearrange the falling out pages before you can finish some of the stories.
Errors of the Human Body is being labelled a genetic thriller, and at least from the trailer involves rapid regeneration of cells, people ominously staring from windows, and a fantastic telekinesis fake out to book end the trailer. Here’s the trailer:
The other interesting thing is that this film was at least partially funded by a Kickstarter project that raised a bit over $26,000 last spring. It’s hard to tell what the actual budget was; IMDB estimates 1.5 million Euros, but the Kickstarter page says that they made it for 20% of what the budget should have been by getting various people to agree to take their money after the film was released.
In any case, the film finished up filming last year and is currently in some late stage of post-production. It’s looking to make its premiere on the film festival circuit sometime this year.
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