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Love And Time Travel

Starring

Barista Dan Duncombe (Hayden J. Weal from The Hobbit series) is not very sociable. In fact, he lives a life without much emotional connection with anyone. One day, Dan starts getting messages at home. What’s strange is the placement. All of these messages seem to appear on the inside of Dan’s bedroom window. Realizing that this is something he cannot ignore, Dan decides to get to the bottom of this mystery. The only way to do so is to actually follow the messages and investigate. And the only way to investigate is to actually talk to people. Dan hates talking to people. For the sake of both of his sanity and safety, this is something Dan must do. Dan now has learn about the lives of the people around him; what he doesn’t realize is how much he will learn about his own. Also known as “Chronesthesia,” Love and Time Travel is a Kiwi sci-fi romance written and directed by Hayden J. Weal. The film premiered in its native New Zealand on August 4, 2016 and was selected at several international film festivals before debuting in the US on October 16, 2016.


feature film - 93 Minutes | | 2016

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