While searching for the meaning of his existence, Ben Layton uncovers a family secret that leads him to a woman named Hanna… who might have almost been his adopted sister. But when he and Hanna inadvertently fall in love, and his life becomes increasingly and weirdly complicated, Ben starts to realize that everything is incredibly connected – and that the world might just be more inexplicable than he ever imagined.
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Certificate: Canada:14A (Alberta) | Canada:PG (British Columbia)
Cast: Thomas Middleditch , Jess Weixler , Johannah Newmarch , Mackenzie Gray , Diana Bang , Nicole LaPlaca , Randal Edwards , Eric Keenleyside , Jena Skodje , Marilyn Norry , BJ Harrison , Graeme Duffy , Shauna Johannesen , Angelo Renai , Michael Bardach
Company: Goodbye Productions
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Runtime: 85 min
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pkpera » Low budget, indie (?) movie. Acting, direction, camera work were fine. Start was interesting and intriguing – there was some fractal World type philosophy at start, although without that word. Funniest moment was probably that car steal at beginning. Not really a comedy. Not really a drama. Romantic – very little. Still, mixture could work, but there was almost nothing not seen, and it became predictable somewhere at middle.
Main (anti)hero did not have job, at least that was impression – so, we could say that he had too much free time – for stupid ideas. I wondered couple time how he managed to pay bills, especially when he never had money by self. But that's very common in many movies – young people living fine, even spending money pretty well, while no job. Maybe their main problem is lack of reality, realism ?
OK, maybe people watching this kind rather, than some depression caused at workplace, by bad economic perspective. And this movie served well escaping from realism, even with simpler realistic message. Probably more interesting for younger audience.
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