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||IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 from votes
||Release: 8 June 2012 (USA) /
||Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
||Director: Tim Connery,
||Stars: April Kalepp, Benjamin Barlow, Chad Meyer, Charlene Hinderman, Dan Flannery, Francis Henkels, Joie Borland, Kristina Johnson, Ruth McDermott
||Synopsis: After receiving his future obituary via a cryptic Internet file, Easton Denning is forced to confront his troubled past in order to prevent his predicted demise.
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Michael Ryan's great review on this film: Posted on July 23, 2012 By
Michael Ryan Fantasia Film Festival Easton's Article Written and
Directed by Tim Connery USA, 2012 "Leave it to a time traveler to
arrive late for a party! Easton's Article arrives at the Fantasia Film
Festival a year after films it would have been natural companion pieces
with, like Fantasia 2011 films Brawler, Bellflower and Another Earth,
films that used a thin veneer of genre to illuminate stories about the
most f****d up personal relationships possible.
In the case of Easton's Article, the genre is time travel and the
veneer is very thin indeed. The film's biggest weakness and biggest
strength is that it is not really a time travel story at all. Oh sure,
it has the trappings of a time travel story, but that is simply a mask
for a story genre much older and darker than time travel.
The set-up for the film is that Easton Dunning (Chad Meyer) is a
computer engineer who somehow manages to pull into his 1997
"Super-Computer" information from his own future, specifically his own
obituary and a set of instructions. In investigating these artifacts
from his future, Easton is drawn back to the hometown and the girl,
Hayley Reed (Kristina Johnson) he left behind years before. Easton's
bruised and alienated relationships with his hometown and Hayley are
the heart of the picture. Easton clearly loves both Hayley and his
hometown, but also fears them and fears opening the wounds that time
and distance could not completely heal.
Easton's Article is not a time travel story with physical time travel,
nor is it the kind with a labyrinthine type plot like Robert A.
Heinlein's classic By His Bootstraps or Shane Carruth's Primer. In fact
for a time travel story, Easton's Article is almost embarrassingly
linear. It shares elements in common with films like Frequency and
Cryptic or the James P. Hogan novel Thrice Upon A Time, by postulating
that while people or objects can't travel through time, information
can. The chief difference is that all three of those stories believe in
a fluid time stream that can be changed as easily as shaking an
Etch-A-Sketch, while Easton's Article is more pessimistic about the
ability to change one's fate.
Fate is the key to the film. In a sense, when Easton ran away from his
hometown, he sealed up his fate in a box like Schrödinger's cat and
when he returns he begins the process of opening the box to see whether
the cat lives or dies; to see what fate awaits him. Because you can't
run from your destiny, the more violently you run away from it, the
harder you run towards it. The ancient Greeks understood this well,
just ask Oedipus ("You will kill your father and marry your mother") or
Croesus ("If you cross the river, a great empire will be destroyed").
The ancient Greeks would have understood and appreciated Easton's
Article, but not as a time travel story. They would have classified the
film as a story about prophecy, and told us that it is not an accident
that the Internet (especially in 1997) was/is home to both Oracle and
Beneath the mask of the time travel story, Easton's Article is revealed
as a tale of prophecy, which are always stories about how our past
leads to our future like the river leads to the sea.
- Mike Ryan" you can't run from your destiny no matter what. this film
obviously is very low-budget film with only a few characters and actors
to play it through, but it's not bad. i especially like Christina
Johnson who played the Hailey role. she is a quite talented actress and
played and acted this role very believable and convincing. this film,
if you have some uncommitted time and patience, is quite watchable.
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, Benjamin Barlow
, Chad Meyer
, Charlene Hinderman
, Dan Flannery
, Francis Henkels
, Joie Borland
, Kristina Johnson
, Ruth McDermott
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