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To save their future, he must fight his fate.

Australia’s Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge, Warm Bodies) stars alongside Game of Thrones’ Michiel Huisman in a story of a love that will not die and lovers who may not survive.

Air traffic controller Dylan (Huisman) lives his life each day with consistent precision, but nevertheless senses something is missing.  An ominous pattern of events becomes evident as it starts to repeat itself in exactly the same manner, at exactly 2:22pm every day. When he crosses paths with the beautiful Sarah (Palmer) they both feel a sense of connection, but little do they know they share a bond that transcends time itself.

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"An intriguing exploration of fate v.s. circumstance," Film Journal International

Release Date 20 June 2018
Running Time 1hr 38m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Michiel Huisman, Teresa Palmer, Sam Reid, John Waters
Director Paul Currie

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