Jonathan leaves the office every day at noon. When he gets home, he goes to sleep. Every morning he wakes up and there is a breakfast prepared for him along with a video telling him about the second part of his day.
Jonathan and John are brothers, yet they share the same body. Life was routine for both of them; Jonathan gets the first half of the day (7:00 AM to 7:00 PM) and John gets the other half (7:00 PM to 7:00 AM). Everything starts to shift when Jonathan realizes that John has a girlfriend and now wants so much more than this shared life.
Jonathan ties himself to the bed with three-digit combo locks that are easily opened within an hour each, but John seemingly didn't even try. See more »
[sits down in front of camera and turns it on]
Hi. Work was good. I left on time. I think the new woman, Alison, might like me. I don't know, she keeps trying to talk to me. They started me on plans for a new house in Greenwich; ten thousand square feet, can you imagine? No one needs that much living space.
Let's see, what else? Oh, I ran into Sarah in the lobby, and I helped her with er groceries. So in case you see her, that's why she loves you so much. I made the rest of the ...
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Surprisingly Fresh, Original, and Devastating
I saw this movie at Tribeca Film Festival. This movie is a gem, including an exceptional performance from Ansel Elgort. Every actor/actress in the film is amazing. The movie is different, I admire the originality, and applaud Bill Oliver in keeping the movie consistently intriguing and interesting. The end is unexpected, as well as emotional. I highly recommend this film and will definitely watch it again when it is released.
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