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Dark by Noon (2013)

This time-travel thriller is set in an alternate time, a world where history has unfolded differently. Rez played by Patrick Buchanan (Belfast Story) lost his wife sometime in the past. Now... See full summary »

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Alan Leonard, Michael O'Flaherty (co-director)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Patrick Buchanan ... Rez
Tim Dillard Tim Dillard ... Al Jabbi
Grace Fitzgerald Grace Fitzgerald ... Newsreader (as Grace Kelley)
Sorcha Herlihy
Anthony Murphy Anthony Murphy ... Haycock
Robert O'Connor Robert O'Connor ... Card player
Michael O'Flaherty Michael O'Flaherty ... Pix
Michael O'Flaherty Michael O'Flaherty
Pamela Renwick Pamela Renwick ... Jeannie Mars
Raymond S. Kinsella Raymond S. Kinsella ... Gangster
Lesa Thurman ... Heinkle
Shane Whisker Shane Whisker ... (as Shane Thomas Whisker)
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This time-travel thriller is set in an alternate time, a world where history has unfolded differently. Rez played by Patrick Buchanan (Belfast Story) lost his wife sometime in the past. Now heist a man abandoned by society, but he possesses a gift: the perfect photographic memory, but having perfect recall isn't all it's cracked up to be. A covert government agency headed by Rez's old mentor Haycock - played by Anthony Murphy (Charlie Casanova, Dawn of the Dragonslayer) has stolen a device called 'Titus'; a machine that has the ability to send a person eight hours into the future, but only for a short period. The organisation is making millions by recording advance knowledge of the stock market, heisting the future eight hours at a time. One day Rez leaps forward in time and witnesses a nuclear explosion. As he jumps back to his own time-line, events begin to spiral out of control as he only has eight hours to discover the cause, save his estranged daughter and a city, unaware it's ... Written by Alan Leonard & Michael O'Flaherty

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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 May 2013 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dark by Noon - Der Zeitreisende See more »

Filming Locations:

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

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Horribly slow even watching at 2X speed
23 December 2016 | by tmqtmqSee all my reviews

You can tell its going to be bad during the title screens where the director tells you about the plot with poorly chosen words on the screen.

My main criticism is that there is so little plot, there are long sequences where the director is trying to show how moody and atmospheric this world is (a world that looks exactly like a very normal modern city), but its just boring and not interesting.

The main actor was wrong for the part.

Incidentally, if you know anything about Physics and Information Theory you know that time travel is not possible as there is no past or future.


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