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Meet Ramon, a low profile loner in Barcelona, superhero comic strips fan and too shy to approach the nice woman he sees walking the square every day. A small existence lacking any excitement. But then, in the middle of the night, a time traveller appears in his bedroom with a strange message: A small box of medication, Tempus Fugit, can bring you hours or days back or forward in time, and Ramon has a mission. He has to save the world. It sounds quite simple, but things get difficult for Ramon when the box is lost and his football crazy neighbour and his dog get involved. Will Ramon be able to save the world ? Does he still want to after finding out to be the chosen one because he is meaningless ? Tempus Fugit was produced for TV, but has made its way through various european film festivals with great public recognition. Rightfully so, because Enric Folch has made a friendly little movie with good actors, a plot full of little twists and turns and some very funny moments. The whole thing works very well on a big screen, and we can leave the cinema with a smile on our face: Little things can have big consequences and if we dare to change our daily routine and jump over our shadows, we don't need superhero skills to save the world. With a little luck we can even find the love of our life.
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