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Jennifer Birmingham Lee,
John Rotit is a happy, content man with a loving wife. Hours later, he's a rock star shooting up heroin. And after that...he's something far more sinister. John unwillingly flashes between three parallel lives in which he knowingly exists in each. He has no clue how or why this phenomenon is occurring, only that he wants it to stop. John's judgment becomes clouded as he'll do anything he can to end his flashes and remain in the one life where he's truly happy.Written by
Andrew M. Henderson
I felt like this was a college class project where they promised parts to pretty girls and people who may of helped invest in the movie. It moves quite slowly. Amazing how you can not care about the same character in 3 different realities! Christopher Judge was okay, but Tom Sizemore was in one scene and had about 5 lines. Cha Ching for the paycheck. The girl playing his wife did her lines like she was reading a book. The main character looks like he gets plumper in his lips. It is distracting. The acting was so extremely wooden by pretty much all. In the end, the thing that kills it is this movie is just plain boring. I doubt if good actors could of helped it out.
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