To save his best friend, Louis-Bernard Lapointe has to transport himself to a parallel world to find the 'Key of Possibilities', a magical and legendary object that allow his user to visit ...
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To save his best friend, Louis-Bernard Lapointe has to transport himself to a parallel world to find the 'Key of Possibilities', a magical and legendary object that allow his user to visit an infinite numbers of universes where everything is possible.Written by
E1 Entertainment International
The first five minutes are intense as the movie appears to be some kind of bizarre nightmare, perhaps a cross between Dark City and a horror movie. Then the stock characters reveal themselves and it begins to enter into an occult adventure phase - sort of like X-files meets the DaVinci Code. There is a dark problem which must be solved but what it is is best understood if you're wearing a straight-jacket and living in a padded cell. Everyone else will just have to roll along with it - which isn't difficult considering the intense fantasy sequences and hypnotic cinematography. A lot of good material here - you never know what will jump out at you. Perhaps, in the end, it feels like not enough jumped out. There was no ultimate scene to take you from your chair to the ceiling; the best comes early on, leaving the feeling of one long exhale, and wondering why you were too chicken to watch it with the lights off. Frightening enough to say "Not for kids"
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