Broken English Films production The Eternal Sleep

Broken English Films production The Eternal Sleep

by Hugo Lunny

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An eccentric neuroscientist tries to find out whether we can stay alive in our dreams if we die in our sleep.

If you die in your sleep do you continue living in your dreams?

We all wonder what happens after the final closing of our eyelids, neuroscientist Dr. Jacquelyn Walsh is no different. The only thing that could separate her from your average person is rather than the traditional view most people have of death being a passage into another higher realm, Jacquelyn believes it's actually just a continuation we visit on a nightly basis. She claims to know that dreams are in actual fact eternal life and that we already know where heaven and our souls reside - our minds.

Despite rampant cynicism from colleagues in her field, the specialist is hellbent on testing and researching her theories. She has been evaluating sleep for many years at an institute her grandfather started but as the years have gone by the sleep testing has expanded. She has now reached a point where she feels she has a grasp on this theory and looks to enlist eager sycophants to help her take those goals to fruition.

Set in New York City in 2010, The Eternal Sleep straddles the questions of life after death and the moral choices individuals can make about their own lives.

This is the original screenplay modified in its format to read more like an ordinary play in order to align properly on kindle reading devices. The properly formatted version is also available.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161568941
Publisher: Broken English Films
Publication date: 11/19/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 279 KB

About the Author

Hugo Lunny was born and raised in the United Kingdom. He currently resides in North America and has been actively writing since 2003.

That's all the info. you really need.

You see, writing your biography without trying to be excessively humble or coming off as conceited is an amusing feat. I can be both depending on the time of day, level of coffee or whisky intake or lack thereof.

I'll keep things simple. I tell stories and allow them to go wherever they wish. I don't aim to be politically correct or too careful and I'm never trying to offend, but my tales stay as organic as possible and wander along by themselves.

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