The main character of the film, Theodore, contemplating taking his own life before the end of the film.
|Directed by||R.R. Walker (under the pseudonym Ryan Johnson)|
|Starring||Jack Ryan Morris (under the pseudonym Jack Wirth)|
|Cinematography||R.R. Walker (Ryan Johnson)|
|Edited by||Jack Ryan Morris (Jack Wirth)|
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Divergence is the first film made by Sigma Productions. Divergence was made in under 24 hours, with a budget of $0 dollars. It is inspired by the 2017 film, Split.
The film follows a man with Multi-Personality Disorder named Theodore. Theodore has multiple different contrasting personalities which he all knows by different names.
Charlie is the first personality that is encountered in the film. He wakes up to put on a suit, comb his hair and eat breakfast. He eventually goes to make a cup of tea, and transitions into his unnamed mentally-handicapped character.
Unnamed mentally-handicapped character
The second character introduced is the unnamed mentally-handicapped character. After his transition from Charlie, he drops a box of tea bags and exclaims "Uh Oh! Charlie's not gonna be happy!" He then continues to eat chips in his room, and upon discovering the bag is empty, he enters a frenzy of rage.
Unnamed character with OCD
After the mentally-handicapped character exits the frenzy of rage, he transitions to a character with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. He continues to panic, seeing toys all over the room, and attempts to clean up the toys. He later combs his hair, and the camera transitions to the next character reading a book.
Samuel is the second to last character introduced, and when he is introduced, he is reading J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. He then goes to grab another book, comes back and looks in his mirror, murmuring "Keep it together Samuel". After going back to sit down to read, Samuel starts to wonder around, when he stares directly at the camera, then begins to look down while breathing heavily. He then transititons into the final character.
Unnamed Psychopathic character
The final character in the film is the psychopathic character with no name. After transitioning, he begins to throw clothes around while screaming. He enters his room, to throw things around. He eventually finds a gun and picks it up. He sits on his bed and thinks for a bit, when he cocks back the gun, points the barrell to his mouth, and shoots. The camera then fades to black, with the credits following shortly after. The film was originally meant to include the character falling back onto the bed and dying, but due to public backlash, was replaced with a fade out.