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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.

Director:

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

The Diner in the film was shot on the other side of the world by a camera operator in Connecticut USA. 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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Soundtracks

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Performed by Tara Dowler
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Unusual And Unique
14 January 2017 | by rioplaydrumSee all my reviews

I think probably the best elements of the technological age we live in is the opportunities younger and younger artists have to produce a decent product without the need for expensive cameras and production costs.

I know very little about Australian director Glenn Triggs except for what I found from his IMDb profile.

What I did find is he is a very talented and dedicated young film maker who is on the right road if he chooses to continue.

The thing most striking about '41' was it's absolute reliance on pure story telling without the luxury of CGI or other big-budget distractions like expensive props or exotic locations. Glenn and his tiny crew have used just what they had to achieve what they intended.

I found a few problems with the film (as I do with everything), but they were minimal and easy to address.

Number one, I always find time-travel themes frustrating to deal with. The paradoxical nature of these types of stories continually leaves unanswered questions and different possible outcomes. You just are not even going to come close to pleasing everybody with a movie like this.

Two, while the musical soundtrack was expertly crafted, I found it overused and begging for emotion where none was really required.

And three, Glenn's final cut has some extremely ham-handed segues that for the life of me I couldn't follow, but no matter.

At the end of the day, a fine story. I very much look forward to seeing more of this young man's ideas being brought to the screen.


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Country:

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