Why Did They Try to Bury This Sci-Fi Film?

By Truthstream Media

This movie had big stars, it foretold virtual reality, and the director of the film worked on the special effects for 2001: A Space Odyssey … so why was the film buried, and why does it remain so obscure to this day?


Imagine a machine that records sights…sounds…sensations, thoughts…feeling…emotions, even your dreams and nightmares. Then, at the touch of a button, transfers these personal experiences from one mind to another.

Any person.
Any experience.
Anything you can imagine.

Brainstorm … The Ultimate Experience (1983)

Aaron and Melissa Dykes take a deep dive into the interesting history of this long-lost film.  It turns out that the technology and circumstances behind how the film was made might have been just as mysterious as the subject matter actually featured in the film.

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