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USA 2018
produced by
Charles Davis for Chunkle Freaky's Movies
directed by Charles Davis
starring Jennifer Eiffert, Charles Davis, Reagan Church, Hope Stamper
written, music and special effects by Charles Davis

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jack (Charles Davis) seems to have only one reason in his life: To kill a certain man (Reagan Church) - again and again, traveling from one dimension of the multiverse to the next just for his next hit. He has no idea why, he just knows that's what he needs to do and never even questioned why. That is until he runs into Bearthra (Jennifer Eiffert), a know-it-all lawyer who rather accidently stumbles into the story, but once she has been plucked out of her own world, she's looking for answers, and makes Jack think about his own existence. And eventually, she convinces Jack to not just go from one portal to the next to repeat his action but stay in the portal to see what happens. And eventually, they meet Jack's perpetual victim inside the portal, and he knows frightingly much about their raison d'etre, including that they were both created by a powerful being called Mother  (Hope Stamper) who has given them their weird mission - but now that they come close to the truth, Mother starts to worry, and to keep Jack and his former nemesis from giving up what they're supposed to do, she kidnaps Bearthra - with rather weird results indeed ...

 

Portal Man is most certaily a film unlike any other: On the surface, it's of course made up of action mainstays peppered with a bit of science fiction - but it puts all them together in a wonderfully absurd way, creating not only a world but a whole logic all of its own that doesn't necessarily follow the laws of nature - and a clever script sees to it that the whole thing works nevertheless, helped by a directorial effort that really gets the tongue-in-cheek nature of the whole thing. Plus, the (very small) ensemble cast is definitely likeable or at least relateable enough to draw the audience into the story. Sure, it might not be a film for everybody, but those who are into the weird and slightly bizarre will most certainly love it!

 

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