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41 (2012)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 21 July 2015 (USA)
A young man discovers a hole in the floor of a local motel that leads to yesterday.

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Glenn Triggs

Writer:

Glenn Triggs
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Gibson Chris Gibson ... Aidan
Dafna Kronental Dafna Kronental ... Lauren (as Dana Kronental)
David Macrae ... Patient X
Shane Lee Shane Lee ... Mr. Wertz
Keith Gordon Keith Gordon
Nick Antoniades Nick Antoniades ... Nick
Menik Gooneratne ... Jess
Glen Hancox Glen Hancox
Robert Plazek
Warwick Leeson Warwick Leeson
Matt Young Matt Young
Lauren Wade Lauren Wade ... Young Grandma (as Loz Wade)
Anne Cordiner Anne Cordiner
Toby Pierpoint Toby Pierpoint
Peter Bright Peter Bright
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Storyline

Young guy accidentally kills his ex-girlfriend in an auto accident. In the hospital he hears of a room 41 at a local motel. Dropping into a hole in the floor takes him back 12 hours. He then tries to prevent the accident that killed the girl. Written by Dennis Doolittle

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Drama | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

PG-13
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Trivia

Alternative title names for '41' were - 'A motel in time' and 'Motel 41'. See more »

Goofs

The car Aidan's grandfather was driving in 1957 had seats from a modern car. Vehicles in the 1950's didn't have headrests. See more »

Quotes

Aidan: We've all been dead a lot longer than we've been alive.
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How Much You Meant To Me
Performed by Mark Nunis
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Not your usual Sci-Fi film. Quietly Enjoyable!
13 September 2015 | by moslessSee all my reviews

A most excellent and entertaining film, well written and scored. The dialogue was at times thought provoking and, to be honest, was more or less in line with my thoughts on time travel which is as good a reason as any to like it! Perhaps a better script might have ruined it, and special effects would not have suited the films nuances and quirks. I have never come across a bad Australian film and this, being no exception, is a better one than some other highly glossy and commercial ones. In many ways this reminds me of a typical British film shot with lots of love on a low budget - earthy and local, with no pretensions. Plot holes were easy to forgive given that there were few for the given budget, and that, apart from the police scenes, the acting was of a quality any director would be pleased with. I enjoyed it. I would have bought this!


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