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Dimensions (2011)

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Cambridge, England, 1921 - or so it seems. A brilliant young scientist becomes obsessed with finding a way back to his past - no matter what the cost.

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Cambridge, England, 1921 - or so it seems. A brilliant young scientist becomes obsessed with finding a way back to his past - no matter what the cost.

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A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads

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£100,000 (estimated)
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Elegant...but not quite really Sci-Fi
23 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a Time Travel Story. And it's listed as Science Fiction, thereby.

But Be Advised: It's NOT 'The Time Machine'. Nor is it your standard Hollywood Special Effects wagon-train.

No Splashy special Effects. No Journeys to the end of Time. No Monsters. No Weird Paradoxes. No Dinosaurs either.

It DOES has an element of Time Travel...but that's all. The rest of the Movie is a distillation of a very nice work of emotional Fiction. It's a Love story about Three Childhood friends in 1920's era England. Once you settle into the measured, dialogue driven pace of the story. I found it elegant, touching and memorable.

Totally Girlfriend Friendly, BTW.


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