A romantic drama about a Chicago librarian with a gene that causes him to involuntarily time travel, and the complications it creates for his marriage. –IMDb
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Robert Schwentke acquired a degree in Philosophy at the Karls-University in Tuebingen before moving to the United States to study at Columbia College and later at the American Film Institute.
He wrote and directed for German TV before writing and directing his first feature film, Tattoo (2002), which won a Special Mention at Fantasporto as well as Special Mention at the Swedish Fantastic Film Festival.
His second film, a romantic comedy entitled Eierdiebe (2003), won the Audience Award at the Biberach Film Festival. He then directed Jodie Foster in Flightplan (2003), a thriller about a woman whose daughter goes missing on an airplane in flight, followed by The Time Traveler’s Wife (2009), in which Eric Bana starred as a man who can’t control his passages through time. —tribute.ca
Time Traveling Time Traveler Eric Bana falls in love with Non-Time Traveling Helpless Woman Rachel McAdams. Their relationship is strained because of beautifully written scenarios such as: time traveling miscarriages, secret vasectomies, and a cameo by Dick Cheny as McAdams' dad. I wish I could go back in time and tell myself not to watch this really bad movie.
I havn't read the book yet,so i dont know when people come and told me that they liked the book more.Actually i also think that the story was kinda awkward with the Sci-Fi things that looks assure here.But overall i love the story and how it could breaking my heart to watch. I dont know if someday i'll get the chance to read the book.But i think you can never compare the feelings you get between reading and watching.
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