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Tyrranical television commercial director Rex Stanford treats his cast and crew like garbage. He treats people this way to show his superiority. This treatment of his cast is despite he being a former promising and struggling stage actor himself in a theater company in the early 1970s. His one true love, Sarah Carlyle, was a struggling actress in the same theater company, they parting ways when Rex started his directing career. She felt he was forgoing his passion for acting and selling out to the soulless but potentially lucrative career of directing television commercials. To reclaim Rex's true passion in life and regain his sense of humanity, Judge Othniel sends him back to 1973 during his time in that theater company just before he made the change to directing. He is sent back as Charles, the gay dresser of the company. As Charles, Rex admits he still wants the lucrative directing career but also wants Sarah in his life, this preferred life path due to some information he learns from Othniel before being sent back. It isn't until he admits his real reasons for giving up acting that he can progress with his true mission of convincing his younger self to change.
An actress is sent back to an early audition that she thinks affected her whole life.
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