Documentary feature: DM: Dark Matter.
DM: Dark Matter.2023.
Studio: EdgeImageBank Pictures
Duration: 200 minutes and short version of 72 minutes.
DM: This is Dark Matter
, the documentary feature film has been released in November 2022 in 10 chapeters plus the opening and end credits in order to raise
awareness and reach out in order to achieve some theatrical release. By September 2023 it the film will be released in one piece and made available for download.
The poster for the film, cover of the book and album displayed -as nature intended- had to be toned down because some people in the industry panicked.
The project started in 2020. The feature film has subtitles available in nearly all the languages on Earth including Latin. We are working at a webpage -in crawling down mode-
for January 2023 with all the books, albums, references and film downloads and cinemas.
Dark matter shapes up over 80% of the universe and is pure energy. This is the part of the
universe that can't be seen and it appears all black and cannot be scanned with conventional
instruments. Dark matter is anti-matter, the opposite of what humans can see on Earth and
comprehend as being normal and defies the laws of quantum physics.
The story about "dark matter" draws an analogy with other earthling creatures, the oldest ones
like trees and jellyfishes (some species can live for thousands of years) both have been alleged
to have a memory and some species of jellyfishes have a high level of intelligence. Jellyfishes can
become invisible and undetectable, just like dark matter and often the same instruments are
needed to locate dark matter are used in the purpose of piercing through this invisibility.
The subject of "dark matter" is an extreme one as it deals with all the extremes and defies
conventional logic and rational behavior. To further demonstrate this point, the whole story is
introduced by a mad British scientist or appears to be this way, arguing about dark matter
by contrasting his defense in introducing the history of extremism in Britain, extremism of all
The story is set in a near future, during a serious of lectures where a scientist analyses the various lock
downs imposed on Britain - rightly or wrongly imposed- its extreme consequences and a
situation that defies logic and therefore is defined as "dark matter": a yet unknown quantity.
Reception, Deception and Controversy
The film ruffled a few feathers. The film needed to be certificated by the Bfi -British Film Institute a quango of the British government.
As the film overwhelmed them, not able to comprehend the content, it needed an audit -very rare these days- and a lawyer's report -extremely rare-.
After a few months the certification went nowhere and I complained but like all complaints in England it went nowhere. The next thing was: the head of the
complaint, as a source of authority, removed the film on IMDb and its parent company Amazon. So now the application cannot be complained about because
the film doesn't exist -according to this person-. Never mind that 16 people worked on it.
The story is driven and narrated by a mad scientist referring to many of the extremes in life that the human brain cannot comprehend.
The voice of the mad scientist is distorted and echoed rendering his narration often too impossible to comprehend. Viewers are advised to use subtitles to understand
but it isn't necessary. Understanding the extremes is dangerous but so far-fetched that it becomes comical.
DM: Dark Matter TRIVIA
An analogy to what we don't understand:
1) Control 2) Death 3) Reproduction and Love making
Actors and Characters
Old Nick ... Dr Kelvin: A Chief Medical Advisor code-named Gone with the Wind
John Waterhouse ... DM 1
Janet Priest ... DM 2
Alex Hall ... DM 3: a light seeker
Vincent X. Hall ... DM 4: a light seeker
Tony Hendon ... DM 5: a white left wing supremacist, turned right-wing supremacist
Old Nick ... DM 6: an Islamist terrorist
James Hogan ... DM 7: James, cancer patient
Written and Directed by
Produced by Tom Norwood
Produced by James Hogan
Produced by Alex Altman
Produced by David Altman
Produced by Christine Peterson
Edited by Thomas Black
Animation Aloysha Black
Music by Virtual Alien and Old Nick
Links to the film on YouTube in 12 chapters.
Please watch it within YouTube for the relevant language subtitles
- Opening credits
- Exhibit 1 Prologue: this is Dark Matter
- Exhibit 2 Life. Life
- 3. Exhibit 3 Intelligence. Trees
- Exhibit 4 Survival. Octopus. Jellyfish
- Exhibit 5 Departure
- Exhibit 6 Transition
- Exhibit 7 Transmission (Love Making scene). Rated R/18
- Exhibit 8 The Negative Dimension
- Exhibit 9 The Mind. Intelligence
- Exhibit 10 Epilogue. We'll meet again! (The explosion scene)
- End Credits
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