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New Trailer for Sci-Fi Thriller 'The Reconstruction of William Zero' Debuts (Exclusive)
Next month, FilmBuff is scheduled to release the The Reconstruction of William Zero, a sci-fi indie about a geneticist struggling to come to terms with a shattered past.
The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive first look at the poster and trailer for the sci-fi thriller.
FilmBuff's official synopsis hints at what viewers can expect from the experience: "William Blakely, a top genetic researcher, awakens after a catastrophic accident with no memory or motor skills. As he begins to relearn his past and identity with the help of his mysterious twin brother, the memories that return are not his own. As he tries to reconnect with his estranged wife, Jules, he begins to unravel the strange circumstances surrounding the events that led him to fall into a coma. Searching for the source of these fragmented memories, he uncovers a shocking truth about his family and employers."
The movie was reviewed by THR last year when it appeared at the Fantasia International Film Festival. The review described it as a "quiet indie using sci-fi tropes for thoughtful exploration of wholly real emotions," and praising the sensitivity of director Dan Bush and co-writer/star Conal Byrne.
Also starring in the film are Upstream Color's Amy Seimetz, The Walking Dead's Melissa McBride and A.J. Bowen. The Reconstruction of William Zero will be released in theaters and available on VOD April 10. The poster can be seen below.