Two best friends chase their dreams.
David and the Artist are two separate entities of the same person. One's a corporate sellout, one's an artist. They represent the dichotomy or duality of human beings- the yin and the yang, the good and evil, or the polar division of the universe. Because they are the same person, they both want the same things, and they both share the same dream... in other words, they both desire transcendence from the lives they currently lead. That is manifested via them both wanting the same girl, Julia. If David and the Artist represent a duality, then Julia represents the Singularity. And the "Singularity" is defined as a hypothetical moment in time when humanity undergoes a dramatic and irreversible change. When David drives off with her, he transcends toward his new life. Similarly, when people find what they believe to be true love, they (mistakenly?) think it's their ticket to pure happiness, and would sacrifice anything for it- even a piece of themselves (David killing the Artist, his other half).
"Singularity" (2017) is a film written, directed, and edited by Trevor Locke of Trevor Locke Visions.
"Singularity" was written when Locke was 18 years old and released 4 years later when he was 22 years old. Production began in 2014 in Locke's hometown of Westport, Connecticut.
"Singularity" tells the story of two lifelong best friends who become torn apart by the same dream.
"Singularity" stars Pieter Hoets, Ben Ballard (son of Robert Ballard, who is most known for the discovery of the wreckage of the Titanic in 1985), and Jenn Aurora.