After her brother is killed in a miscarriage of justice, aspiring inventor Claudette 'CJ' Walker uses her scientific mind to create two time machines, one for her, and the other for her friend Sebastian. As they use the machines to try and alter the day CJ's brother died, they come to learn the ultimatum of time travel: All Actions Have Consequences.
Did You Know?
In the school scene, Mr. Lockhart is reading "Kindred" by Octavia Butler
, a book about an African-American woman who travels back in time to pre-Civil War America and has to deal with the injustice and oppression of slavery. See more
References 2001: A Space Odyssey