London Film Festival – “Matter”
Fifteen-year-old Isaac Owino going through adolescence struggles to deal with the difficulties of living with his drug-addict mother yet things take a sudden turn in Isaac’s life when an anonymous package is delivered to his door.
London, United Kingdom Jan 3, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – “Matter” follows the story of fifteen-year-old Isaac Owino as he navigates the tumultuous landscape of adolescence. Struggling to cope with the challenges of living with his drug-addicted mother, Isaac feels alone and powerless in the face of his difficult circumstances.
But everything changes when an anonymous package arrives at his door, containing a mysterious device that allows him to transfer his consciousness from person to person. As Isaac learns to use this incredible technology, he discovers that he can escape his troubled reality and experience life from a whole new perspective.
Chased by “Harvey” the main antagonist of Matter, played by Antonio Roulet, Isaac embarks on a series of mind-bending adventures, using the device to inhabit the bodies of individuals with wealth, persons across the globe, and even the president of the United States. Along the way, he learns valuable lessons about responsibility, friendship, and the power of the human spirit.
As he struggles to come to terms with his mother’s addiction and find a way to help her, Isaac also learns to embrace his own unique talents and strengths, eventually discovering that he has the power to change his own life and the lives of those around him.
“Matter” is a heartwarming and inspiring coming-of-age story that will leave audiences of all ages rooting for Isaac as he discovers the courage and resilience to overcome his challenges and seize control of his future.
Will Isaac be able to solve his problems, or will Harvey catch on to him?
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