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Darth Vader Mask

The alteration is strong in this one

It's one of the most well-known Mandela Effects - the Star Wars scene in which Darth Vader says "No/Luke, I am your father". It's been discussed at length here and on the internet, yet there is something about this one which is different.

In most of the spoken changed movie lines, such as Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, Field of Dreams etc, you can see the actors face. So if the current version actually had changed, it would be a more complicated operation because the face movements would have to be altered to match the audio.

The difference with the "Luke/No" one is that you can't see Darth Vaders face! Another where this happens too, but for a different reason, is ET home phone.

Is this suspicious? It would mean anyone altering the video only had to do the audio... 

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The Mandela Effect - The movie

A full movie based on the Mandela Effect is announced!

Periscope Entertainment has announced a new movie titled "The Mandela Effect", a psychological sci-fi-thriller, is to begin filming in June 2017 and is based on a story by David Guy Levy and Steffen Schlachtenhaufen. The IMDB listing currntly has it in "pre-production.

Not much in the way of story details have been released yet, but the film centers around “a man who becomes obsessed with facts and events that have been collectively misremembered by thousands of people. Believing the phenomena to be the symptom of something much larger, his obsession eventually leads him to question reality itself.”

Slowly but surely the mainstream is recognizing the Mandela Effect is being experienced by more and more people every day, for example the hit TV show "Mr. Robot" featured the Berenst*in Bears in a story line.  

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The Fortgotten

She knows she had a son - everyone else denies it

Warning - there are spoilers ahead, so if you don't want to know what happens in this movie stop reading now.

The 2004 movie "The Forgotten" features an eerie echo of the Mandela Effect.

The plot centres around a woman who's son dies in a plane crash, but later everyone she meets says she never had one, nor can she find any traces of him ever existing.

It's a psychological thriller which follows her nightmare journey trying to understand what's happening to her. She ends up seeing a psychiatrist who also tells her she is delusional. There is literally no evidence to her ever having a son at all, yet she knows and believes she did at a very deep level, which is ultimately what the film is all about.