Time Square (2015)

Computers are experimenting on a 12-year old girl, so to understand time better. Both Kari and the machines discover their comprehension of Time may be flawed. Will Kari be able to save herself - and the world?

Director:

Alex Rask

Writers:

Alex Rask (story), Alex Rask

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Status: Completed | See complete list of  »
Updated: 16 September 2015
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Cast

Cast overview:
Ashley Nicole Kern Ashley Nicole Kern ... Kari
Britt Sanders Britt Sanders ... Lady in the shower
Rod Fielder ... Cop on billboard
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Storyline

Computers are experimenting on a 12-year old girl, so to understand time better. Both Kari and the machines discover their comprehension of Time may be flawed. Will Kari be able to save herself - and the world?

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Define TIME - or die


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Goofs

The spaceship, traveling with the speed of light for 10 years, is receiving data communications from Earth about events happening a month ago. Assuming that communications are transmitted by radio waves that travel with about the speed of light, it would take the transmission much longer to play "catch up" with the still-moving spaceship. Writer/director Alex Rask explains, however, that the data communications were traveling through the traversable black holes - thus cutting down on time required to reach the spaceship. And why didn't the spaceship itself travel that way? - because it's year 2043, and human passage through the black holes is not yet FDA approved, explains Alex. Only data can be sent that way. See more »

Alternate Versions

Alternate ending had rather psychedelic looking Time tunnel, illustrating Time square. After spending days on perfecting it, director/VFX editor Alex Rask felt it looked slightly similar to the ending of 2001 Space Odyssey. While he highly regards that film, he did not want any association of the plot or visuals of Time Square with the classic, so after discovering some perceived visual similarity, director has changed the ending for TIME SQUARE entirely. See more »

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