Imagine waking up not knowing who you are, who you were, or who you will be, in a place familiar yet foreign. The world is in chaos and it twists around you like a snake. Everything brings ... See full summary »
Chris is a psychic who lives his life out of order - experiencing past, present and future as a jigsaw puzzle. But when he commits a murder in the future, he has to change his past and present in order to prevent it from happening.
Mina Vesper Gokal,
Two strangers find their lives colliding in an impossible way. Alex is a methodical cargo thief working for a dangerous cartel. Sam is a determined paramedic trying to save the world while running from her past.
Two friends are put up against each other as one of them invents a time machine, and the other one travels back in time to change the past, which is a big risk considering how unstable time traveling can be.
This English production offers up a period drama with a science fiction theme as background. As such, this movie is not a thriller or adventure or action movie. In a similar way that Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) or Some Where in Time (1980) involved time travel but focused more on the journey than the travel through time, Dimensions is more a romantic drama with a sense of emotional mission, purpose, and even loss. It has the period trapping found in the English production of The First Men in the Moon (1964) or American production of The Time Machine (1980). Yet it is probably best reflective of Australia's Peter Weller's period piece Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) which contained the same quality set design and costumes and the same quality photography and setting experience. While it doesn't quite have the sustained air of mystery as Picnic at Hanging Rock, there is a both rather poignant romantic climax as well as a more defined resolution.
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