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The Tomorrow Paradox (2016)

A young insomniac's black-market sleep aid sends his mind time-travelling one day into the future, where he's the suspect in the disappearance of a girl he hasn't met -- yet.

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A young insomniac's black-market sleep aid sends his mind time-travelling one day into the future, where he's the suspect in the disappearance of a girl he hasn't met -- yet.

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A must see work of art.
28 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If the "grandfather paradox" is when you travel back in time to kill your grandfather and so erase the ancestral conditions for your own existence in order that you may escape to a transcendental limbo beyond temporality, Bruce Wemple's The Tomorrow Paradox is an ethical call to responsibility in the face of past mistakes and a return to the work of being in history. Struggling with a past that haunts him and a future that seems determined, Will Parker relentlessly fights for his own free will and redemption in this epic sci-fi journey. The Tomorrow Paradox is a fresh reinvigoration of the consciousness time travel narrative that is simultaneously gripping, psychologically horrific, and emotional. Its non-linear structure isn't so jumbled that viewers are left wondering which way is up, yet, at the same time, it leaves audiences anxious to re-watch the film in order to pick up on those subtle details overlooked during a first viewing. One of my top science fiction picks for the year and a truly raw and beautiful work of art by an upcoming craftsman in the field.


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