Time Lapse

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Directed by Bradley King; Produced by BP Cooper, Rick Montgomery; Written by BP Cooper, Bradley King

Directed by Bradley King; Produced by BP Cooper, Rick Montgomery; Written by BP Cooper, Bradley King

In a sleepy apartment building, three twenty-somethings live and love. Callie plays den mother to her two wayward roommates. Finn, apartment manager and struggling painter, is dragging his feet on proposing to her after years of dating. Jasper, refusing to grow out of his college party mentality, tends bar and compulsively gambles. Their quiet world is shaken when they find their elderly scientist neighbor dead. In his apartment he has left a mysterious camera that takes pictures of the future. Aimed into the roommates’ apartment, it shows regular glimpses of their life 24 hours in advance. Their initial plan is to leave the body hidden and exploit the machine. Jasper utilizes it to foresee race results each day, racking up winnings. With the cash windfall, Callie is able to quit her waitress job and focus on writing. Finn’s creative block is lifted through seeing his artwork ahead of time, and becomes prolific. It doesn’t take long before disturbing images of the future begin to arrive. A tense love-triangle emerges between the three, and Jasper’s bookie begins sniffing around at all the successful betting. When a picture shows what looks like a warning from the future, they are forced to prepare for the worst. Jasper hides weapons around the house and the deaths start happening. As the bodies pile up, Jasper becomes more paranoid and unhinged, a wedge gets driven between Callie and Finn. By obsessing on the future and their seemingly innocent hopes and dreams, the relationships unravel, and the trio descends into a dark future where none of them may survive unscathed.

1 hour 43 minutes

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