Young Helen is fired from her job at a PR company, and when the sliding doors of the tube car close on her, we start to see what would have happened if she'd made the train, and if she hadn't. Written by
When James and Helen first meet on the tube, James talks about The Beatles. A little later in the film, as Helen and Anna get into the taxi they instruct the driver to take them to 9 Menlove Ave. Menlove Ave (251) was the childhood home of The Beatles's John Lennon in Liverpool. Lennon also felt a great affinity with the number "9". See more »
Near the end of the movie where Helen accuses Gerry of having an affair, we see Gerry's typewriter in three shots. The paper sticking out of the typewriter is in a different position in each shot. See more »
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This movie will make you think for years on end, Just that one little thing could change your life for good.
This movie is running to stories of Helen Quilley who has just been fired of her work place for drinking the night before has she rushes to the train station, while go down the stairs a little girl get in the way and she goes around girl and train door shut in face.
Then we see the movie rewind and she back on top the stairs this time mum pulls the girl way from wall so she can get past, just about got on to the train, in this scene we can she her on train also on outside train.
From here we see both side of stories, we see how life would have been if she did catch the train and we can also see what would have happened if she missed the Train.
The movie was well written and Gwyneth Paltrow is was outstanding in this movie.
8/10 ending was disappointed but it better then ending i was thinking of.
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