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Sienna Beckman, Rachel Noll James, Geoff Thomson (executive), Cynthia Lovelace Sears (executive), Mark Myers (executive) for Emergence Films, CSMD Group, Citizen Skull Productions
directed by Rachel Noll James
starring Rachel Noll James, Christopher Clark, Tim DeKay (voice), Johnny Ferro, Camille C. Campbell, Barbara Deering, Christina Ulloa, Chris Soldevilla, Audrey Conti, Justine Stillwell, Matt Eldridge, Nobelle Wilkinson-Bennett, John Ellis, Teo Karahan, Shaina Noll, Richard Noll, Catherine Rush, Anya Flanagan, Erin Field-Bennett, Tracy Dickerson, Isidora Snyder
written by Rachel Noll James, music by Michael Reola

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ever since the death of her husband Toby (Johnny Ferro), Riley's (Rachel Noll James) life hasn't been the same - literally not the same in her instance as she has the rare ability to travel between different planes of the multiverse, so every now and again, reality just changes a tick. Unfortunately, it never changes back to where Toby's still alive. Daniel (Christopher Clark) is a writer specializing on the multiverse, as for some reason he's also the mouthpiece of an all powerful multiverse being, Lucas (Tim DeKay). Now of course, Riley hasn't talked to her reality-swapping "ability" to anyone - apart from her therapist (Camille C. Campbell), but when she learns about Daniel, who just happens to live in the same small town as she does, she decides to come and meet him at a reading at the local library, and when there, Lucas speaks right to her - which at first freaks her out, but ultimately she agrees to meet up with Daniel ... who weirdly enough has memories of them being a couple, even though he knows they've never met before. Now being with Daniel helps Riley control her abilities better, and ultimately she gets what she wants and travels back to a plane where Toby's still alive. But sometimes it's better to not get what one wants ...


By 2023, films about the multiverse have become quite a popular thing, from comicbook movies from both Marvel and DC to the Oscar winner Everything Everywhere All at Once, to name but a few, but Ingress is one of the few movies that tosses all the science fiction mumbo jumbo aside and goes for pure emotional impact - and it does a really good job about it: By keeping things relatively small, it manages to really zoom in on the film's characters and their arcs, and thanks to relatable performances these characters come to life rather beautifully. Likewise the lack for spectacle for its own sake keeps the focus on the story that despite its many layers of reality remains comprehensible and also engaging throughout, making this a rather wonderful watch.

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