Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle Of Threads
Cert: TBC Year: 2010 Length: 101 mins
Cinema Handout (PDF 154KB)
Score: 71.57% Attendance: 77
Gala Night: Two films, guests, food and good conversation.
Our history of supporting up and coming UK directors continues with this ‘period sci-fi’ from the new team of U’Ren and Ant Neely who decided to sell their house to get this movie made. We hope to have them both here today to tell us about it. If you could revisit your childhood...which moment would you choose? And what price would you pay? So runs the trailer for the film. Stephen and Conrad, our heroes, grow up wanting to be scientists. They want to invent a time machine to go back to rescue Victoria, who died when they were young... But have they really grown up? Did Victoria ever exist? Is the past really THE past, or just one of the infinity of possible pasts that exist? And, in that past, did Victoria love Stephen or Conrad? A tangled thread indeed, with multiple possibilities looping round them.
This film still has no distributor but, even without, won the best film award at the Boston Sci-Fi Festival 2012 and at the London Independent Film Festival 2012. Not bad for a period drama!
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