High-tech story behind the film is sort-of alluring, once you manage to get a hold of it. Fragmented editing, however amateurishly done, pumps up the experience of losing notion of time, as you (supposedly) travel through it. Unfortunately, behind this catchy form, there is an irritatingly impenetrable wall of self-important Silicon Valley buzzwords and utterly aimless subplots.
I love to use my STEM degree to make a movie where I'm a super genius guy. This movie is good as fuck at math, dude. It's physics as hell. When I first saw it, it freaking was a damn mindfuck! Then I went on Reddit and saw a chart explaining it, and learned science.
This movie makes you think but it doesn't make you feel. If you are certain your daily life is thought provoking enough, you might search for a genuine art form that will provide you with new valuable sensations. In case you need more brain exercise... I guess you could watch this... But then again... no! Not even then!
Sans aucun trucage, ni effets spéciaux particuliers, le réalisateur parvient à plonger le spectateur dans un maelstrom de questionnements et de supputations fantastiques et scientifiques, accréditées par un habile déferlement verbal de chiffres, formules et autres combinaisons physico-chimiques. www.cinefiches.com
Produced on a minimal budget of $7,000, this mind-blowing sci-fi mystery is extremely complex and intelligent, and it is amazing how you get more details each time you watch it and try to fit the pieces of this fascinating puzzle. A brilliant film for those who like to be challenged. http://www.filmotrope.com
A feeling of being out of my intellectual depth from the first scenes of intense and almost inaudible dialogue. From then I barely held on to the plot as the time-shifts started happening. This film demands total attention with the clues and curve-balls unobtrusively sitting in the mix. The instinct at the end is to hit replay to sink further into a film that cleverly offers so much with very little (budget).