Illusions & Dreams – Emma’s Choice

We are back with another installment of Joselyn’s Eye. Today’s featured video is a tribute to season three’s Emma Hollis, played by the wonderful Klea Scott. With the exit of a beloved character in season two and the introduction to a new character in the third season, some people were hesitant at first to give the character a fair shot but, over the course of the year, both the writing and Klea’s portrayal definitely led people to appreciate the character .

One of the great dynamics of season three is the relationship between Emma Hollis and her father, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. She is given the opportunity by the Millennium Group to help cure her father in exchange for becoming a member of the group. What would you do? Take a look at this fantastic video by Joselyn Rojas… then decide.

Take a moment and leave your thoughts about the video once you finish watching it!

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12 thoughts on “Illusions & Dreams – Emma’s Choice

  1. This brought the third season of the series, with all of its weighty dramatic conflicts, just rushing back into my thoughts. It's very evocative.

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  2. with the poster promo videos, I adore the Joselyn Rojas school of vid making. and now another wonderful composition, and nice addition to your portfolio. thank you for plying your non-trivial skills for this compaign.

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  3. with the poster promo videos, I adore the Joselyn Rojas school of vid making. and now another wonderful composition, and nice addition to your portfolio. thank you for plying your non-trivial skills for this compaign.

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  4. Oh Sean… Thank you for your sweet words! I am so honored and glad ans supermegahappy to be on board in ths campaign and Millennium fandom. I cannot tell you how much this means to me.Bri… Season 3 is so provocative to me. The edition of the season is so different, the closeups, the lighting. It is so appealing to video editors like myself!Troy – Its all for you and Klea! she rocks!

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  5. Oh Sean… Thank you for your sweet words! I am so honored and glad ans supermegahappy to be on board in ths campaign and Millennium fandom. I cannot tell you how much this means to me.Bri… Season 3 is so provocative to me. The edition of the season is so different, the closeups, the lighting. It is so appealing to video editors like myself!Troy – Its all for you and Klea! she rocks!

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  6. Whilst we may be here to bring back Frank Black and whilst his story was at the centre of "Millennium", Emma Hollis' arc was one of the most rewarding aspects of Season Three for me. I'm not convinced I or any other child who had to endure seeing their parents suffering in this way would have done anything differently to her under the circumstances, something the Millennium Group surely knew and used in order to manipulate Emma into joining them. Her story is left at such a point that I really hope we'd get to see more of Klea Scott in a "Millennium" movie!And – of course – another superb video, Joselyn! A very apt choice of song and you sum up Emma's story and quandary very effectively in just a few minutes. Interesting points too in terms of the lighting and close-ups employed in Season Three; not aspects I am naturally drawn to notice first in a production, but further signature marks of the show's third and final year, I'm sure.

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  7. Whilst we may be here to bring back Frank Black and whilst his story was at the centre of “Millennium”, Emma Hollis’ arc was one of the most rewarding aspects of Season Three for me. I’m not convinced I or any other child who had to endure seeing their parents suffering in this way would have done anything differently to her under the circumstances, something the Millennium Group surely knew and used in order to manipulate Emma into joining them. Her story is left at such a point that I really hope we’d get to see more of Klea Scott in a “Millennium” movie!And – of course – another superb video, Joselyn! A very apt choice of song and you sum up Emma’s story and quandary very effectively in just a few minutes. Interesting points too in terms of the lighting and close-ups employed in Season Three; not aspects I am naturally drawn to notice first in a production, but further signature marks of the show’s third and final year, I’m sure.

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