Beaten by their own curiosity, Scott and Vincent begin to sneak their work home with them. As their days and nights unfold they begin to discover that others seek their tech to advance their own agendas.
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Credited cast:
Lar Park-Lincoln ... Shara Fanning
Rosalie Fisher ... Margail
Keith J. Obit ... Lonely Bar Guy #3
Michael Harrelson ... Old Man
Colton Tapp Colton Tapp ... Scott and Other Scott
Amy Searcy ... Jogger
Aaron Jackson Aaron Jackson ... Vincent
Isabella Stephens Isabella Stephens ... Green Cadet #2
Torey Anderson Torey Anderson ... Masked Man
Tony Stephens Tony Stephens ... Lab Guy #2
Emma Glass Emma Glass ... Brown Cadet
Phillip Sorby Phillip Sorby ... Masked Man
Frank Molinar Frank Molinar ... Soriano
Robert F. Glass Robert F. Glass ... Lennon
Aislynn Stephens Aislynn Stephens ... Green Cadet


Scott and Vincent are top recruits at the prestigious Cicero Market Technologies Corporation where they are tasked with the development and implementation of cutting edge technologies. The sole purpose of their work is to bring about medical, environmental and physics advancements. However, beaten by their own curiosity, the pair begin to sneak their work home with them. They push the boundaries of particle collision science to undiscovered levels stumbling upon a parallel universe complete with an alternate version of Scott. As their days and nights unfold they begin to discover that others seek their tech to advance their own agendas. Agendas that they intend to fulfill at any cost.

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Breaking the Speed of Reality has its own Consequences


Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller


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The film won the 2020 Hollywood New Directors 'Honorable Mention' award for Sean C. Stephens and Aaron Jackson. See more »

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Kept me entertained. Certainly raises the bar for budget films
22 October 2020 | by furmbymSee all my reviews

There aren't many reviews for this yet so I'll add mine since it currently has a very low rating - I've read the 1 star ratings and they all admit they didn't watch more than 10 minutes, the people that did watch this to the end gave it a decent rating. That should be worth noting when judging the reviews. Yes it is low budget, I mean when the plot starts with 2 nerdish actors in tacky clothes in a basement with a few computer parts as their scientific experiment, few ducting pipes and a lot of clutter I thought this was one of a million badly made movies I've seen too many of already but it doesn't take long before the story starts to intrigue you even if implausible and the special effects are not worth bragging about. Give it some time and the story becomes interesting. You develop a bit of a connection to the characters, vince is still a monotonour robot with his acting all through but he is just the sidekick and does add an interesting twist to the story. There are lots of interesting twists that I thought were original. If you watch it past the first 20 minutes and you like sci fi then you will know the special effects are nice but without a story a film is just meh, this has the story, it just lacks the special effects and better budget but I prefer computer games that are fun over computer games that have the best graphics, as such I enjoyed this more than some hollywood films I've watched.

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20 October 2020 (USA) See more »

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Expulsion See more »

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Arizona, USA

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1.85 : 1
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