In a future where memory line software allows users to revisit old memories, the technology's billionaire founder returns home after a twenty year absence.
Writing reviewed by Wendy Mitchell (Editor of Screen International) as "snappily written, with a great pace about it...dialogue also well written."
“Immortals” is designed to capture the essence of life. We see black and white images. People being born, loving, living, and dying. With slow motions and a black and white world we are spellbound as the eyes of our characters are in vivid color. We see the color spread to the eyes of their children as they pass on the energy of their souls to their posterity. Then we see them resurrected, beyond death. Similar themes to "The Fountain" and "Solaris".
In an exhibit room in the Cairo Museum, the kas of a pyramid-age pharaoh and his favorite concubine argue bitterly, in prose-poetry and modern dance ballet, about his murder of their four-year-old son; but Isis gets the final word, and it is of peace.