What price would you pay to stay youthful, free from illness, a prolonged life?
Scientist Sterling Pierce (Scott Bakula) dedicated his entire life to exactly that, eventually being able to bottle immortality in small doses in a serum he called Divinity.
But it was too late for him, however his son Jaxxon Pierce (Stephen Dorff) continues with the research, producing the serum and managing an empire.
That is until two mysterious celestial brothers intervene… too much of a good thing can be a bad thing, and there’s a reason humans do not last forever.
Divinity is a truly creative masterpiece. Filmed in black and white which compliments the utopian flavour and explores both the fragility of life, the complications of human desires and the miracle of our existence.
Directed and written by Eddie Alcazar, Divinity is a twisty, brooding science fiction originality that fuses various genres of film in to one, including stop motion.
It is also a film that makes you think, feel and realise that eventually we all return to nature, become a mere spec within the cosmos once again. As was intended.