Beyond: Two Souls (2013)
"Beyond: Two Souls" centers around Jodie Holmes (Ellen Page), who since birth has been connected to an entity named Aiden. After being left by her foster parents she is brought up by researchers Nathan Dawkins (Willem Dafoe) and Cole Freeman (Kadeem Hardison), who conduct research on the infraworld for the fictional United States Department of Paranormal Activity, the DPA.
Young Jodie Holmes (Caroline Wolfson) lives on a military base with her foster parents. Since birth, Jodie has had a psychic connection with a mysterious entity named Aiden, through whom she can communicate with and perform telepathic acts, such as possessing peoples' minds and manipulating certain objects. After an incident with some neighbourhood kids results in Aiden almost killing one of them, Jodie's foster parents seek help to care for her condition, permanently leaving her under the custody of doctors Nathan Dawkins (Willem Dafoe) and Cole Freeman (Kadeem Hardison) of the fictional United States Department of Paranormal Activity.
Under the two doctors' care, Jodie slowly learns to control Aiden and the powers they share. During this time, Nathan and Cole are building the condenser, a portal which connects the world of the living with the world of the dead—the Infraworld. One night, Nathan learns that his wife and daughter were killed in a car accident. While trying to comfort him, Jodie discovers that she can channel spirits of the dead from the Infraworld. ...
Did You Know? "Beyond: Two Souls" is dedicated to video game composer Normand Corbeil, who died of pancreatic cancer on 25 January 2013. Corbeil had worked on Quantic Dream's "Heavy Rain" and its predecessor "Fahrenheit" and was unable to finish his work on "Beyond: Two Souls." Lorne Balfe, who wrote the score for "Assassin's Creed 3," replaced Corbeil as the game's composer after Corbeil's death. Balfe's collaborator Hans Zimmer joined him as producer in August 2013.