The film uses a fictional place, digitally made, to get at a real, painful truth about being stuck in a place you didn’t choose.
About a drug that sends its users back in time for seven minutes, the film holds your hand and walks you through its chronology mazes.
The film’s tone is extremely eerie, with creeping camera movements, striking imagery, abrupt edits, and a delicately sinister score.
Would that Jacob Estes had kept the particulars of his murder mystery as intricate as the sci-fi of his main characters’ communion.
The play depends especially on the strength of its leads, and here it has two eager thespians who make the most of its drama.