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A Galaxy of Marks
Sci-Fi / Comedy
Written by John Richmond
Directed by John Richmond
Edited by John Richmond
Starring John Richmond
Music written and performed by John Richmond
Forever woman. Forever man.
Mark 2, 3, and 4 contemplate their unique existence as they develop a cure for a virus that can wipe out humanity and evade the government that wants their technology.
Replicas. Gemini man. Her.
Mark 2, 3, and 4 are 47 years old and are the world’s first clones to be created after the initial death of Mark 1 through cancer. They care about making the world a better place, they want to be immortal and try as many chocolate biscuits as they can. They are keen observers of human behavior and chew the fat on their daily experiences. With their cloning technology, they want to cure all diseases, but first, they have to develop a vaccine for a viral pandemic.
Mark 2’s new life started on the 5th of December 2022. He is the world’s first clone and owes his existence to Mark 1 who died from cancer after he managed to clone himself due to his unique DNA. Now only Mark 2 has the blueprints for cloning technology.
Mark 2 questions life, has a crisis of faith before being introduced to God, and what could happen if he reappeared to Mark’s family. The government found out about Mark’s cloning technology that they could use to create elite humans or super soldiers, and an agent, Karl, is on Mark 2’s trail. They can never get their technology.
Mark 2 successfully clones Mark 3 who questions his life and existence and has to adapt to his new life. Marks 2 and 3 share a common letter that requires them to ensure the government does not have access to their cloning technology. They also find themselves discussing Mark’s life and, more so, contacting his parents.
The world is suffering a severe pandemic that threatens to kill all human beings on earth. The Marks realize that their cloning technology can be used to develop an effective vaccine.
Mark 4 is created and he has the usual questions to ask and the three Marks chew the fat on how they have adapted to their new existence. The Government agent phones them to ask to have their technology but they give them the vaccine they have developed instead.
The Galaxy of Marks must travel the world to find the equipment to develop their cloning technology so other people can be cloned. They plan to be immortal and cure all diseases. We learn that time travel is possible and the government agent has gone back in time to when there was just Mark 2. Will the timeline change and new Mandela effects be created?
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