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Triple Hit (2009)

Schrödinger's Girl (original title)
Not Rated | | Sci-Fi | 6 June 2009 (UK)
Rebecca is a disgraced scientists carrying out illegal experiments to confirm the existence and begin travel between parallel universes.She accidentally cracks the problem. Her counterparts... See full summary »

Director:

Huw Bowen

Writers:

Huw Bowen, Paul Hardy
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Credited cast:
Abigail Tarttelin Abigail Tarttelin ... Rebecca - Anastasia - Sarah
Alan Convy ... Dave / David / Dmitri
Damian Hayes Damian Hayes ... Matt / Matthew / Mateus
Roger Harding Roger Harding ... Theodore - Theo - Fyodor
Tony Holmes Tony Holmes ... Mr. Slip
Stephen Steinhaus Stephen Steinhaus ... Mr. Hand
Amelia Tyler ... Monitoring Officer / Waitress / Brain Slave / Voice of 'Q Machine'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katherine Buckingham Katherine Buckingham ... Scientist / Annoying Neighbour
Dani Carbery Dani Carbery ... Aide - Cordon Policewoman
Roy Donoghue Roy Donoghue ... Patrolling Guard 2 - Information Officer
Louise Houghton ... Newsreader
Edward Lewis Edward Lewis ... Police Officer / PRGB Guard
Antonino Marsala Antonino Marsala ... Brain Slave
Chris Marshall Chris Marshall ... Police Officer / PRGB Guard
Nick Marshall Nick Marshall ... Execution Sergeant - Police Sergeant
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Rebecca is a disgraced scientists carrying out illegal experiments to confirm the existence and begin travel between parallel universes.She accidentally cracks the problem. Her counterparts in neighboring universes are also working on the same problem but they but they have their own agendas and things get out of hand. Written by Anonymous

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About a girl who can walk through walls.. See more »

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Sci-Fi

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Not Rated
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Chaganooga
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©2008 Nino Marsala & Big Jim Francis
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Longing for a universe where this film doesn't exist
4 July 2011 | by BurntEloiSee all my reviews

The most staggering flaw of this film is its lead actress. I haven't seen her other performances so I can't determine if this was her usual calibre or anomalously poor. The role she is cast to is difficult to believe to begin with (the 24 year old quantum scientist professor, really?), then she is challenged with playing her "alternate" selves from other parallel universes. Not a new concept by any stretch of the imagination. The funny thing is she wasn't believable in any of the characters. The supporting cast was remarkably two dimensional in their performances. Considering the budget of the film they did a pretty good job I suppose. Special effects were rudimentary, but acceptable. The audio quality was pretty poor overall.

The script had some interesting points to it and could have done better. Perhaps it would have had more success adapted as a two part episode of Torchwood or Dr. Who. So unless you are desperate for your sci-fi fix I recommend missing this one.


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