This is the thrilling, fascinating, futuristic story of a world not far off when a bioengineering company creates Mungoes, humans who’ve been stripped of all memories, feelings, and free will. They are stoic, docile, perfect for menial labor, until the lead engineer begins secretly implanting two of them with artificial memories and emotions, even the ability to love. Based on a novel by acclaimed author Craig Nova, Wetware explores the essence of what it means to be human.
The movie stars Jerry O’Connell (Jerry McGuire, Stand By Me), Cameron Scoggins (The Deuce, Nashville), Morgan Walk (The Affair), Bret Lada (Law and Order), and Nicole Shalhoub (The Good Wife).
JAY CRAVEN is the award-winning, independent director of four films based on Howard Frank Moser novels: Where the Rivers Flow North, Disappearances, Northern Borders, and A Stranger in the Kingdom. Craven’s many awards include two New England Emmys, two National Endowment for the Arts film grants. His films have been screened at the Smithsonian, Lincoln Center, and the American Film Institute.
Tickets: $10 adults / $5 under 18.