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Matt, a young inventor on the cusp of a breakthrough creation in his garage workshop, is about to lose his girlfriend due to his obsession, when an 1893 cat strolls into the workshop through a wall that his invention created. Soon police, undercover agents and murderers are all hunting for Matt and his girlfriend in a race, not only against, but through time. An independent digital feature from another handful of super-talented Kiwis. Written by B.F.

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The first day of shooting was at Motel 22. The second at the lab location that had a 17 spray painted on a roller door. So the crew decided to put numbers somewhere on the set of every location. As the shoot lasted over a year this was latter dropped or forgotten about but lots of sets still have numbers hidden in them. See more »

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In the past we see the policeman dead in the alley shot through the head. But when his "body" is carried out in a white bloodstained sheet the blood is where his waist would be not his head. See more »

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I saw the "World Premiere" at the NZFF too!
2 August 2006 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I saw the "World Premiere" at the NZFF too! Event 16 is Pearson's first feature film. It is a low, low-budget sci-fi. This was made on a shoe string with only an insane imagination, devoted friends, cast and crew that were willing to help out. Event 16 should be seen as an example that if you want to make a movie and know how - where there is is a will there is a way.

I found the plot a bit complicated but I did enjoy trying to piece together the clues. It held my attention the whole way through. I thought the rain falling and not wetting the car was funny and added to the charm... a director's greatness is not always evident in her/his early films - James Cameron's directorial debut, 'Piranha II: The Spawning', However when you look closely, examine just what Pearson could do with no money and minimal crew; you begin to realize that a true talented filmmaker is at work here.

I think that it will become a cult classic. Event 16 works for me because I admire the way at which it was made and unlike most low budget features this is one that I would definitely like to see again.


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