After her genius husband disappears from a routine business trip without a trace the next 12 years becomes so much to bear... But when her son comes of age and is wooed by MIT, his ability to unlock the mystery of quantum physics begins to unravel the mystery of time. Written by
What would you do to change the past?
Did You Know?
When Gabriel knocks on Einstein's door the neighbour complains "Why don't you people go to his office?" This indicates a number of people have been knocking on Einstein's door. Were there other time travellers, Visiting Einstein for similar reasons to Gabriel? This isn't unreasonable. Once one scientist has made a breakthrough, other scientists, often unconnected with the first, start to make similar breakthroughs. See more
When the grandfather is explaining to the son what he thinks happened to the
boy's father, the grandfather makes a comment to the effect that he doesn't understand it all because he's not 'a specialist in quantum mechanics'. This movie deals with time travel and relativity, not quantum mechanics. Relativity deals with the large scale and quantum mechanics deals with the small scale. The reconciliation of the two has been the holy grail of physics, 'Unified Field Theory'. To object that one doesn't understand time travel because one is not a quantum mechanic is nonsensical. No physics professor would make that mistake. See more
Is the truck loaded?
Yes, ma'am. Come on. I have a plane to catch.
Well, if you don't leave now, you're going to miss your flight, and then he's going to be late for school. Come on, come on. Games up.
Last line after the final end credits: "We have achieved the day." See more
References Meet the Robinsons
Death and Sunlight
Performed by Andrew Lockington See more