- 1 hr 25 min
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected through technology, the line between reality and virtual reality becomes blurred in the psychological thriller Disquiet. Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Rachelle Goulding, and Elyse Levesque, the film takes place in a futuristic world where people's emotions can be manipulated and even controlled through advanced technology. Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays a brilliant scientist named Dr. Michael Harris who has developed a revolutionary new technology that allows people to experience their deepest desires and fears in a virtual reality setting. The technology, called the Disquiet system, taps into the emotional centers of the brain and can create incredibly realistic simulations of any scenario imaginable. However, not everyone is happy about this new technology. Some fear that it could be used for nefarious purposes and that it could have a negative impact on society as a whole. Rachelle Goulding plays a journalist named Emma who is investigating the Disquiet system and its potential dangers. She interviews Dr. Harris and tries to get to the bottom of his motivations for creating this technology. As she delves deeper, she discovers that Dr. Harris has a hidden agenda and that the Disquiet system may have some unintended consequences. Elyse Levesque plays Dr. Harris's assistant, Sarah, who begins to question the morality of the Disquiet system. As she sees the impact that it has on people's lives, she becomes increasingly concerned about the potential harm that it could cause. As the story unfolds, the characters are forced to confront their own desires and fears as they become entangled in the web of the Disquiet system. They begin to question the nature of reality and what it means to be truly alive. Are their experiences in the virtual world just as valid as their experiences in the real world? And what happens when the two worlds collide? Disquiet is a thought-provoking and unsettling film that explores the limits of technology and human emotion. With stunning visuals and an intense storyline, it leaves audiences questioning what it really means to be human in an age where technology is rapidly advancing.