A clever, roller-coaster thriller that centers on Dylan an air traffic controller who is given a jolt when he narrowly escapes being responsible for a mid air collision between two passenger planes. Caused by a mysterious blinding light that happened at 2:22, these strange occurrences continue and lead Dylan to meet Sarah, with whom he feels inexplicably linked. Together the two discover uncanny similarities with their current predicament and a double murder committed a generation ago. With a grim fate looming, Dylan must solve the mystery of 2:22 to preserve a love whose second chance has finally come.Written by
The ATC communications are full of inaccuracies. An American Airlines flight is mentioned by call sign "A A ###", when it should be "American ###". Similar mistakes are made with a Qantas call sign. See more »
in everyone's life there comes a time when the universe open itself for just a few moments to show us what's truly possible
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Performed by The Paper Kites
Composed by Samuel Alexander Bentley, Wonderlick Pty Ltd.
Licensed by EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd
Courtesy of The Paper Kites
By arrangement with Wonderlick Recording Company and Sony Music Entertainment Australia Pty Ltd See more »
This is two hours of my life i wont get back. Why a bunch of Australian actors (speaking in US accents) in an Australian funded movie would shoot a story based in New York is totally beyond me. The location is irrelevant and almost takes away from the story. The central plot about the letters is so labored as to be groan worthy. I kept waiting for some twist in the story - i am still waiting. This is a hackneyed plot that draws from so many other movies is like playing "spot the influence". (A Beautiful Mind plus many others). To top it off it the plot doesn't even make sense. Why, at the climax how does the guy run away from the police who appear to stop chasing him?? And they only fire one shot?? Plate glass windows into Grand Central station? Why does the bad guy do what he does without any warning? Avoid.
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