Barry Thomas is the average office worker. He becomes attracted to Lisa Fredericks who works in the same company. After work, Barry witnesses the murder of Lisa and goes to a bar to get drunk. Later that night, there is a storm and Barry gets a shock from a lamp's faulty power wire at exactly 12:01 am. The next morning, he realizes that everything is happening exactly as it did the previous day. The next morning the day is repeated again. It is now Barry's job--being the only person alive who is aware of this time loop--to stop the murder of Lisa, and stop the time loop or be caught in time forever. Written by
Matt Houser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gestern noch ermordet. Heute schon verliebt. (Yesterday still murdered. Today already in love.) (Germany 1993)
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When Barry checks the department directory to find Lisa's office number, three of the first four names listed are members of the film's Art Department crew: lead person Gene Bishop
, on-set dresser David S. Bridson
, and assistant property master Ashley Davies
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When the workers come to the facility in the morning (some after 8 am, as the main character was woken up at 7:35 am), the sun is shining and their shadows are to the right. When they leave, and a clock shows it's past 6 pm, their shadows are still on the right. See more
[Barry and Howard watch Lisa across the lunchroom after Barry's first disastrous attempt to meet her
So, uh, she likes me. A lot. Wouldn't you agree?
Yeah. I'd say, like, you and a vicious ice cream headache are probably neck and neck.
Do I always sound like such an idiot or, or do I just save it for the people I really want to impress?
Remake of 12:01 PM
BABY DON'T LEAVE
Performed by William Peterkin
Written by Barbara L. Jordan
, William Peterkin
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