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According to Jason W. Ellis in his review in ''SFRA Review'' #314 (Winter 2015 [sic]): pp. 26-27,[http://sfra.org/resources/sfra-review/314.pdf] discussed in Sharon Packer's ''Neuroscience in Science Fiction Films'' (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015).
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According to Jason W. Ellis in his review in ''SFRA Review'' #314 (Winter 2015 [sic]): pp. 26-27,[http://sfra.org/resources/sfra-review/314.pdf] discussed in Sharon Packer's ''Neuroscience in Science Fiction Films'' (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015). Useful Wikipedia entry, at link.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainstorm_(1983_film)]
  
  
 
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BRAINSTORM. Douglas Trumbull, dir. USA: MGM/UA, 1983.

Invention of a device that can record and play back mental and emotional activity, leading to inevitable scenes of machine-mediated sex and death.


According to Jason W. Ellis in his review in SFRA Review #314 (Winter 2015 [sic]): pp. 26-27,[1] discussed in Sharon Packer's Neuroscience in Science Fiction Films (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015). Useful Wikipedia entry, at link.[2]


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