A chance encounter with an estranged childhood friend draws a bookstore clerk into a plot to steal a time machine. But as she confronts the ghosts of her past, she makes a discovery that has dire implications for her future.
Regret is not exclusive to old age. It starts in our youth with every misstep, broken promise, and lost friendship. It is not just mourning the loss of what we once had, but a yearning for what might have been.
The fantasy of time travel is about looking backward. What would we change? Where would we be today if we’d made a different choice ten years ago?
In the absence of actually being able to go back in time, the fantasy is depressing; a psychological holding cell that keeps us from enjoying the present or crafting a future.
But what if the possibility was more than a fantasy? What if you saw a way to be with the one you always loved, but could never have?
The promise alone might push you to do things you never thought possible.
Pass Area International Film Festival
Paradise City Comic-Con
Chemical Film Festival
Sweet As Film Festival
North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Oregon Independent Film Festival
Desert Rocks Film Festival
Las Vegas Women's Film Festival
Roswell Film Festival
Port Orchard Film Festival
Origins Film Festival
Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival
San Antonio Film Festival
VOB Film Festival
Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Other Worlds Austin
Flywaway Film Festival
APRIL GRACE LOWE
Zelda / Producer
JAMIE RENEE SMITH
Camera Assistant / Location Scout
Writer / Director