A 60s radical's daughter ventures back in time to undo the bombing which killed him. But the time travel institute who recruited her as a trainee races to stop her before she irreparably ... See full summary »

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A 60s radical's daughter ventures back in time to undo the bombing which killed him. But the time travel institute who recruited her as a trainee races to stop her before she irreparably damages the future. The institute plucked Lorelle out of a fatal car wreck, so she can't return to 1989, but her mother is devastated by her husband's death, so Lorelle hopes to affect the past to improve her mother's life. Written by David Stevens

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11 August 2001 (Canada)  »

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Just Too Many Dangers in Time Travel Into the Past
20 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The characters in this episode have been seen before. I didn't realize that there was a possibility that the organization portrayed may have been a pilot for a new series. I guess it never worked out. As with almost any time travel offering, this pushes the envelope, including the disappearance of one of the characters. It has to do with the recruiting of a really tiresome young woman who has been given the opportunity of a lifetime (actually, she is saved from the reaper by these people) and has no interest in playing by the rules. Also, the idiot young man who allows this woman to run free so he can impress her should have been left behind. There are some scenes from the counterculture of the sixties which is the landscape for this. The young woman gets it in her head that she can rescue her father who was killed during a demonstration (and thought to be coward) and she ignores the fact that she could be ripping the continuum. I am less enthusiastic about this than some because it has a kind of slickness that makes it look cheap.


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