A father and daughter invent a teleportation device designed to ultimately replace all other forms of transport on Earth. During one of the tests, the daughter disappears and fails to ...
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A father and daughter invent a teleportation device designed to ultimately replace all other forms of transport on Earth. During one of the tests, the daughter disappears and fails to arrive at the receiving device. The father desperately tries to recover her with devastating consequences. A shocking mind-boggling twist in the tale of a story with many layers to excite, horrify, and explore the power of human love.Written by
A former Google employee, along with his daughter, build a teleportation prototype with the intent of transfering from one chair to another on the other side of the room. Seems like a simple enough premise, but then the film gets rolling and the cringeworthy insanity begins to unfold. I am not going to say much about this movie. My score above tells you what I think of it. The director, Mol Smith, told me he made this for £7000 and you can see from the make shift cgi, lowkey animation, minimal sets, and amateurish camerawork, that he's unlikely to be pulling our chain. With that being said, I believe he's made a great indie that may be the best film I've seen all year.
The Wtf moments don't let up the whole film. From beginning to end you are going to be questioning the mental stability of the director. Did he do this just to make people squirm? Just for the shock and the mortification of it all. I don't really know. But when you set aside the obvious shudder inducing creepiness and, keep in mind, that he produced this for nearly nothing, you are left with an incredibly compelling narrative and a total mind plot twist at the end. Plus there's lots of naked women if you're into that sort of thing. Anyway, I love this movie. This should be a future cult classic.
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