A Human Clone has been created as an organ donor to Morag who has kidney disease. Morag experiences disturbing post operative hallucinations connecting him subconsciously with his Clone. Complications occur resulting in an unexpected outcome
Mr Morag’s Helical Dreams on FilmAnnex
This week's feature on the Film Annex site, "Mr Morag's Helical Dreams" has attracted over 56,000 views in the first 3 days. It is entered into November's " War of Films " contest. Marina Antunes ( June 10th 2010) of Quiet Earth writes ,
"The idea of humans cloning themselves for spare/replacement parts raises a few moral quandaries but if you can buy into the idea with the moralities aside, you’re pretty much home free. Or at least that’s the thought. The Island, Michael Bay’s action extravaganza with a few big ideas, took this story and developed it from the perspective of the clones who figure out what’s going on. Alex Nakone’s short film Mr. Morag's Helical Dreams, looks at it from the perspective of the original, the human receiving the replacement parts."
"What is interesting and what makes Nakone’s film stand out, is Morag’s inner struggle, a struggle which manifests in some strange, creepy dreams (the blood rain sequence is particularly awesome)."