A man is stuck living his life in the same 59 minute time frame. He tries various methods of finding out why, eventually consulting a physicist.

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Jonathan Heap
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Complete credited cast:
Jane Alden Jane Alden ... Stephanie
Don Amendolia ... Professor Nathan Rosenbluth
John Bachelder John Bachelder ... Blazer Driver
Laura Harrington ... Dolores Park
Philip Morton Philip Morton ... Walking Man #1
Mark Neely ... Bum
Tom Reed Tom Reed ... Walking Man #2
Kurtwood Smith ... Myron Castleman
Bill Squier Bill Squier ... Man in Hat
Ric Stoneback ... Man on Bench (as Rick Stoneback)
Robert M. Taub Robert M. Taub ... Jr. Executive #1
Rick Ford ... Jr. Executive #2 (as F. Richards Ford)
Kirk R. Thatcher ... Newstand Man (as Kirk Thatcher)
Caroline Sposto Caroline Sposto ... Newstand Woman (as Carol Zarlengo)
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A man is stuck living his life in the same 59 minute time frame. He tries various methods of finding out why, eventually consulting a physicist. Written by David Glick <dglick@sedona.net>

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The firm that Myron Castleman works for is Glamdring and Glamdring. "Glamdring" is the name of the sword that Gandalf used in the War of the Ring in J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings." See more »

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When Myron walks to Stephanie for the first time, a boom mic is visible at the top of the screen. See more »

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Remade as 12:01 (1993) See more »

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Similarity Too Similar
29 April 1999 | by MiataRoySee all my reviews

The similarities between this 30 minute "movie" from 1990 and the feature movie "Groundhog Day" from 1993 are too similar for them to not be more closely related. The latter surely must have been influenced by the earlier movie.

The stories are very similar, but even more similar is the outstanding way in which both movies are directed. Even though the "same" timeframe is being repeated, the director shifts the camera perspective and dialogue encountered each time so neither film is boring.


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USA

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English

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April 1991 (USA) See more »

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12:01 дня See more »

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Chanticleer Films See more »
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