Is k pax based on a true story

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K-PAX The Trilogy (K-PAX, #1-3) by Gene Brewer


Dudes...

Get on board with this one.

I was utterly absorbed in this book.

I had planned to finally weed the garden today, (seriously, the situation is dire. You could film Survivor at my house). But did I? No I did not. Instead, I spent the day sprawled out on the lounge room floor with a box of Oreos and K-Pax.
Seeing as I havent seen the movie I was able to get into the mystery of Prots story. It really did keep me guessing the whole way through. I bounced between, ‘Aww. The poor, poor nutta’, and ‘Yep, Alien for sure’, before finally deciding that I didn’t actually care whether or not Prot was from another plant so as long as he kept making me laugh. Mostly by his fruit consumption.

I realise that this review isn’t particularly helpful to anyone wanting a summary of the plot or whatever. I even think calling this a ‘review’ is a giant stretch of the imagination. But nonetheless, I urge you to read it.

And if you happen to be in a position to set yourself up on the floor with a box or Oreos while doing it, then so much the better.
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K PAX Every being in the Universe

K-PAX is an American science fiction novel by Gene Brewer, the first in the K- PAX series. . The film K-PAX was directed by Iain Softley and is based on the first book in this series. so much about ourselves from the simple-minded, but one can't deny that some of the story's episodes are genuinely funny and touching.
Gene Brewer

Stars Keep ‘K-PAX’ Aloft

If a visitor from another planet appeared among us in human form and told the truth about his origins, no doubt he would be treated like Prot, the hero of ''K-PAX,'' who finds himself locked in a closed ward of the Psychiatric Institute of Manhattan. He might not, however, be as lucky as Prot in his psychiatrist. Mark Powell, and his voice toys with the notion that Prot might not be delusional. Certainly the patient tells a good story. Played by Kevin Spacey , who has made a career out of being the smartest character in the movie, Prot describes his intergalactic travels, dismisses Einstein's theories about the speed of light and amazes a group of astronomers in a scene that suggests, as it is intended to, Christ addressing the elders in the temple. Jeff Bridges plays the shrink, and brings to the role exactly what is required, a weary workaholic who thinks he has seen everything and is relieved to discover that he hasn't.

The series deals with the experiences on Earth of a man named Prot rhymes with "wrote". K-PAX was adapted into a theatrical film of the same name , released in In , a man is picked up by the New York Police after being found bending over the victim of a mugging at Grand Central Terminal in midtown Manhattan. After responding to the police questions with somewhat strange answers, he is transferred to Bellevue Hospital for evaluation. Although not physically ill, he is found to harbour the strange delusion that he is from a planet called K-PAX in the constellation of Lyra. The patient, who calls himself "prot" intentionally lower-case to reflect the insignificance of an individual life form in the universe , is eventually transferred to the Manhattan Psychiatric Institute MPI , where he becomes the patient of Dr.

K-PAX is a American-German science fiction-mystery film based on Gene Brewer's His medical examination only reinforces his story, as prot can see ultraviolet light and he is completely resistant to the effects of Thorazine. Powell.
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The film is about a psychiatric patient who claims to be an alien from the planet K-PAX. During his treatment, the patient demonstrates an outlook on life that ultimately proves inspirational for his fellow patients and especially for his psychiatrist. After claiming he is an extraterrestrial from the planet 'K-PAX', 1, light years away in the Lyra constellation, prot not capitalized and pronounced with a long O, rhyming with boat is committed to the Psychiatric Institute of Manhattan. There, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Powell attempts to cure him of his apparent delusions. However, prot is unwavering in his ability to provide cogent answers to questions about himself, K-PAX, and its civilizations.

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