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Alistair1918 (2015)

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A World War One soldier accidentally time travels to present day Los Angeles and struggles to find a way back to his wife in 1918.

Director:

Annie K. McVey

Writer:

Guy Birtwhistle
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Credited cast:
Guy Birtwhistle ... Alistair
Tom Cano Tom Cano ... Brandon
Bonnie Hallman Bonnie Hallman ... Claire
Annie K. McVey Annie K. McVey ... Poppy
Amy Motta ... Sophie
Devin Schiro Devin Schiro ... Mac
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A World War One soldier accidentally time travels to present day Los Angeles and struggles to find a way back to his wife in 1918.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Savile Park Studios See more »
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Great Britain actually still uses the Imperial system for measuring distance, so in both 1918 and now Alastair would have thought in miles. Nowadays the military does use the metric system for distance measurement to be standard across NATO. See more »

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Short and very timely .
6 April 2017 | by geoffdreamwalkerSee all my reviews

I liked this film.It had a down to Earth and realistic feel to it, along with some fine acting.An interesting story that had me absorbed and immersed in it from the start.What more does one want from a film. The characters were everyday folk whose actions and motivations felt natural and real.I think that this is what held me from the movie's start.The accent of the Yorkshire soldier was real and true.All in all, a well spent hour and a half.On the film-makers budget, not large I presume, this work was worth every cent spent on it.One can only imagine how this story with these actors and crew would have shone even more brightly had more financial backing been available to them. To sum up: well above average acting, clever and sensitive writing, and shot superbly.A little gem, indeed.


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