Director: Douglas Trumbull
Writers: Philip Frank Messina; Bruce Joel Rubin; Robert Stitzel
Music: James Horner
Producer: Douglas Trumbull
Laboratory scientists invent a technique of recording brain waves, able to replay an authentic reconstruction of the experience from a first-person point of view. One researcher uses it to communicate his authentic feelings with his wife. A second researcher dies from a heart attack while recording; the existence of her tape becomes quite problematic. Further, the U.S. military becomes very interested in the device. Well-crafted with much thought candy.
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