A group of students venture into the deep caves of remote Texas to locate a favorite archaeology professor who inexplicably has gone missing while searching for the Fountain of Youth. In the course of their pursuit, the group unwittingly rappels into a break in the space-time continuum, where time passes much slower than on the surface. With no hope for rescue, they descend further into the cave and uncover the most coveted urban legend in history and find themselves in the crossfire for its control.Written by
The film is not based on the 1977 science fiction book of the same name by Leo P. Kelley. The book is about two humans whom travel back through time to investigate the destruction of a planet. See more »
Much more interesting and thought provoking than expected
If you like the idea of time relativity and enjoy adventure Sifi movies give this one a watch. It's not a high budget Hollywood affair however the makers and actors have really done very well. After watching the trailer I figured I had it worked out, however there are some small twists that expand and hold your attention. All in all, for a teens and 20s mostly cast they did well and the production value was on par for higher budget films. It's obvious The screen write and directing had heart and this film really does show that less is more. Unlike some big blockbuster films with too many hands in the mix. Enjoy
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