“96 Souls” Written and Directed by Stanley Jacobs

May 25, 2017

Director Stanley Jacobs speaks to Monica about his new film 96 Souls. He speaks about his passion for indie filmmaking.

It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness.

— A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy (1859)

96 Souls 

A lab accident changes the routine life of biochemistry professor Jack Sutree. He’s left with the ability to see fragrances flowing off organic substances. When he looks at a person he sees an alternate vision of their true self. Jack and his predoctoral candidate, Ram, struggle to understand these visions.

Jack encounters a homeless musician, named Bazemint, and is taken by a haunting vision and music associated with her. He determines Bazemint is his best chance at understanding the phenomenon.

Dr. Redfield, a university Regent with strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry, gets wind of Jack’s discovery and wants it for developing new psychoactive drugs.  He confronts Jack, Bazemint and Ram resulting in a surprise discovery and Jack redirecting his life.

The film will open theatrically in select theaters on May 26.  Gravitas Ventures will release the film on VOD and across all other digital platforms on May 30, 2017.

For more information and to view the trailer, go to:  www.96souls.com

The film is opening in the following markets on May 26 and on VOD on May 30

 

Los Angeles

Laemmle Music Hall

Boston

AMC Liberty Tree Mall

Philadelphia

AMC Cherry Hill

Chicago

AMC South Barrington

Dallas

AMC Grapevine Mills

Houston

AMC Studio 30

Atlanta

AMC Southlake Pavilion

Orlando

AMC Universal Cineplex

Tampa

AMC Veterans

Kansas City

AMC Studio 28

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