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Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is excited to announce the Texas premiere of DOE (at Flix Brewhouse), starring Timothy Davis, Tatyana Ali, Matthew St. Patrick, and Mira Sorvino. Director Justin Foia will be in attendance and will do a Q&A after the film.
In this thriller, a man (Timothy Davis) wakes up with no memory of his past but the ability to speak dozens of languages fluently. After starting a family with his new wife Rachel (Tatyana Ali), he uncovers a startling clue about his former self, and with the aid of his private detective brother-in-law (Mathew St. Patrick) he will race against time to discover his true identity and the clandestine villain (Mira Sorvino) responsible.
From the Director: “Ironically, the story was something conceived of many years ago between my brother and his writer friend in a more enlightened time, in our more enlightened country; Obama’s America. But as we got closer to making this movie, we now all woke up, much like John Doe, in a new world – in a new America; in a very strange place where our fears and demons were taking center stage on television, dominating new cycles, threatening to spill into the daily reality like furies that had been banished in a mock ritual of cleansing.
Maybe starting over with no memories of past evils is where we are heading. Therefore, I knew DOE had to be told. Here. Now.
DOE can be enjoyed as a thriller, as a character drama, and lastly as a cautionary tale of potential nightmares too uncanny to be ignored.”