Lukas Reyes is trapped in a seemingly endless loop between parallel existences, one being occupied by his spouse, Sera, and another being occupied by a relation from another life, Nara. As worlds seem to begin colliding and further bleeding into one another, he finds himself pursued by a group of shadow-men known as "The Knowers". The common thread between everything being a significance with the time 11:45 - fifteen minutes until midnight.Written by
A colleague of Brandon's named Matthew Doyle briefly consulted him on the Many Worlds theory. Matthew himself had written a script years before entitled "MANY WORLDS". 15 Till Midnight has a few varied references to this older work. See more »
The original, 110-minute version that screened at various venues contained extended dialogue scenes during each office conversation. It lacked the shots of Olivia Baseman's character watching Lukas and Damon in the bar and also lacked the opening text explaining the laws of the Many Worlds theory. There were also various takes and shots that are different than in the final version of the film. See more »
I really think whoever wrote the last review for this piece of monotonous drivel was the director's Mum!!! (and I think she gave it a 10 - way more than once) Noboby else could have such excitement and kind thoughts about this fiasco!!!
The idea behind this little flick was great, but they just failed to deliver a coherent and understandable movie that had pace, interest, suspense or any of the things that make for a semblance of entertainment.
Plot: Lost in space. Script: Drivel. Music: Contradictory and out of character to the plot - (utter excitement through the boredom). Camera: Sporadic and amateurish. Direction: Meandering and confusing. In a nutshell - don't waste your time!!
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