Exploring Fate and Destiny in The Film “THE SUICIDE THEORY”

The SuicideTheory

The Suicide Theory


By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau

 

Fate  and destiny  are elements that tie together all too well our past , present, and future. How can one truly be sure of the circumstances that have happened in their life without asking the fundamental question of why do things happen the way the do.

 

Steven

Steven

 

In “The Suicide Theory” the questions of destiny and fate are examined in heart wrenching detail as Steven Ray (Steve Mouzakis)  tries to function in his everyday life as a hit man unable to recover from the loss of his wife; when he is brought face to face with his ultimate client a man by the name of Percival (Leon Cain). His new client believes he is unable to commit suicide successfully because he is cursed and needs Steven to help him die. As the two men try to discover the best way to kill Percival,the path they are on soon devastatingly reveals just how tragically intertwined their lives are .

 

Steven and Percival

Steven and Percival

 

The Suicide Theory is a film which is both beautiful and well crafted. The complexity of the story is thought provoking while taking ones breath away with every revelation. This is storytelling at it’s best.

 

The Suicide Theory  96 min

Director: Dru Brown  Screenwriter: Michael J. Kospiah

 The Suicide Theory – facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheSuicideTheoryFilm

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