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Jacob Leighton Burns, Vinnie Hogan, Zachary Burns, Harry C. Wolohon IV for Planet Thunder Productions
directed by Jacob Leighton Burns
starring Nicole Fancher, Ashley Mandanas, Jamie Brewster, Leesa Neidel, Stephen Goodman, Paul T. Taylor, Ben Hall, Jacob Ryan Snovel, Derrico Thomas, Katy Atkinson, Rick Holmes, Cora Martin, Heather Siess, Clint Joseph, Ella Perdue, Gabrielle Alspaugh, Christine Lanning, Laron M. Chapman, Allison Bigbie, Mickey Reece
story by Jacob Leighton Burns, Zachary Burns, screenplay by Jacob Leighton Burns, music by Vinnie Hogan

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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On first sight, there's really nothing special about Theresa (Nicole Fancher) - sure, she's pretty but no bombshell, she hasn't got any friends and is socially awkward, and she works at a dead end menial job and isn't even good at it. But she also harbours a big secret, she's quite a genius in the field of quantum physics and has developed a time machine together with her now deceased father (Ben Hall), a time machine that she, after testing it on her cat, now tries out herself, first only for small things, like to fix a botched up date, but soon she gets more and more ambitious, travels further and further back and forth in her own timeline, trying to fix her life in the process - but she's not doing a good job at it. And what's even worse, time traveling makes her throw up a lot, and every now and again, she just melts into nothingness for a period of time to pop up somewhere/somewhen else. And that doesn't only confuse her, it also messes up her new relationship with a feisty librarian (Ashley Mandanas), the only meaningful relationship she has ever had. But it seems time traveling becomes more and more of an addiction to her, even if she gets more and more lost in time ...


Now here's what happens when you blend awkward and quirky comedy with lo-fi science fiction - and the result is actually rather unique, pretty weird but in its own way also compelling. And it's compelling rather paradoxically because it doesn't try to be, as the film despite its sci-fi theme tells its story very matter-of-factly with little in terms of spectacle, but very natural performances and the down-to-earth tone of the whole thing really manage to draw one into the story and make one enjoy this rather unusual ride.


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