Male facing middle-age and failing marriage finds a time slip that can take him back to the end of the nineteenth century.

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Charles Lattimer
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Laura Brown (as Mary Mcdonnell)
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Kristen
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Al Glasser
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Mary
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Marshall Latham (as Edward Evanko)
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Mrs. Clark
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Businessman
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Walt (as Joe-Norman Shaw)
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Tracy
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Hotel Clerk
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Leon (as Shaker Paleja)
Stevie Mitchell ...
Matt (as Stevie M. Mitchell)
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Charles Lattimer is an everyday man facing middle age and a marriage coming to an end, who stumbles across a time slip, that occurs on one of his regular train journeys (as the train goes through a tunnel) coming across an antique watch, he learns it allows him to get off the train during the time-slip, whereupon he finds himself back in the 1890s. Before long he finds a new found love, and purpose there. But complications occur when the portal back to the past starts to close with his timepiece breaking soon after, leading to a decision that could leave him stranded out of his own time. Written by Anonymous

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Charles Lattimer journeyed across time and found his one true love. But will he leave behind everything he's known to be with her forever?

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Remake of The Twilight Zone: A Stop at Willoughby (1960) See more »

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Wish it would never end!
25 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I absolutely loved this movie!! From beginning to end it intrigued me! Mary Mcdonnell, my favorite actress, is stunning as usual! This is a story about finding love and going out of the usual to challenge those who stand in your way. It makes you want to laugh and cry and jump for joy! I just want to watch this movie over and over and over again!! When ever it comes to DVD you can be sure that I will be one of the first to buy it! It ended so abruptly that you were just left craving more and that is what I love about this movie you can leave it up to your own interpretation. Just check it out you will not be sorry.

I just wish it would never end!


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