Length: 90 Minutes

Genre: Fictional Drama, Conscious Art Film

Bent On Somnolence tells a deep, fictional story of how a lonely man, tortured by his insomnia, breaks free from his hamster wheel job, overcomes his insomnia, and changes his life. He slaps down his drug addictions, kicks his conditioning in its ass and takes a leap of faith. He then discovers some life changing science about medicine which can help repair the brain and restore the youthful mind set that he remembers having before it had been bleached out by years of depression and grinding at unfulfilling jobs.

The film features beautiful music performed by Thom Yorke, Susumu Yokota, Murcof, We Plants Are Happy Plants, and Timothy McCarthy.

With the kind permission of The Beckley Foundation, Bent On Somnolence provides its audience with their cutting edge scientific data about chemical compounds which show promise in their ability to restore the brain and the mind to a healthier, more youthful state.

The profit-driven corporate world is a game, and the objective is to profit by any means necessary. Marketing is done with half-truths and deception. Immense effort is exerted to create controlled realities within the minds of the masses, realities which drive them to often consume extraneously. Anyone who wishes to escape this matrix of competition and false realities is met with many hurdles, and must look very thoroughly for alternatives to the conventional systems. I believe that many solutions to significant problems are laying right beneath our noses, yet the game of deception endures with no end in sight. However, as time goes on, more and more truth is established. It is only a matter of time before enough people grasp the truth, and society reaches a tipping point. Then, we can turn the corner away from mass deceptions and never look back.

In the end, the truth cannot lose.