Hans and Esther are preppers and pensioners and they are running out of time. They have spent their whole life preparing for the world's last days, but now as they are getting closer to ... See full summary »
A group of friends stumble upon a mirror that serves as a portal to a "multiverse", but soon discover that importing knowledge from the other side in order to better their lives brings increasingly dangerous consequences.
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Brilliant idea for a film - but unfortunately the worst possible execution. Badly acted the cast can't catch your attention or raise any compassion for their fate. While the story starts somewhat mysterious and you are guided into an expectation that some humour may follow, the plot turns totally stale and - which I consider worse - completely foreseeable after about 15'. The ending makes no sense at all and leaves you in the chair with that feeling "What the heck? That's it?" A great frustration and the feeling of having been duped, of having lost valuable life-time that could have been much better used to watch a real movie. An extreme disappointment!
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