Four young men and women are diving in the Mediterranean, looking for an ancient artifact. None of them are who they appear to be and who they portray themselves to the others. Each one is looking to find and control an ancient mechanical device, lost to time and history, called The Chronos Mechanism.

Leo, Venus, Marshall and Atlanta all understand the almost unlimited power of this device if it can be found and activated. Each one has a secret plan for the device, and not all of them are planning to use it for the betterment of mankind. It is Leo who finds it and brings it to the surface, but in a struggle with Marshall, the device is activated, and all four are transported back in time to Nazi Germany, 1942.

There, in research facility deep underground, we learn of a made Nazi experiment to cross human DNA with that of cockroaches, to create humans with an exo-skeleton, able to withstand gunfire, heat, cold and nuclear radiation—the ultimate “master race.” The project is called S.E.Q.U.E.N.C.E. It becomes clear immediately that it’s a secret known to the Russian KGB, the OSS (predecessor to the CIA), and a rogue team of agents who want to keep this away from the good guys and the bad guys. The young divers all take sides and reveal their true faces, but also their true nature. S.E.Q.U.E.N.C.E. connects all the dots between the many theories and controversies that exist in science, religion, politics, astronomy, space and time travel, all leading to the inevitable combination in The Sequence which controls time, space and all things that exist in the universe.

S.E.Q.U.E.N.C.E. is planned as a graphic novel, feature film, video game and television series, using state of the art computer generated special effects to achieve a vision of the past and the future never imagined before.

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See our News page for a side-by-side comparison of some original and restored footage from The Prince and the Pauper done by Premiere Pictures.

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