Original title: Parallel
Tagline: You can't go back.
Duration: 1h 44min
Vote average: 6
Vote count: 36
Production: Bron Studios
Original language: en
Release date: 2020-12-11
Director: Isaac Ezban
Actors: Alyssa Diaz, Georgia King, Martin Wallström
DVD Covers, 2020, Custom Covers, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Parallel 2020 DVD Cover – Summary
Parallel 2020 DVD Cover. A group of friends stumbles upon a mirror that serves as a portal to a “multiverse”, but soon discovers that importing knowledge from the other side in order to better their lives brings increasingly dangerous consequences.
Parallel 2020 DVD Cover – Synopsis
Devin (Aml Ameen) lives in Seattle with Noel, Leena, and Josh (Martin Wallstrom, Georgia King, and Mark O’Brien). They find a secret room in the mansion with a mirror door to different dimensions. So they start eavesdropping on other versions of themselves and mapping relationships. They use it to finish software and earn a lot of money. They read Marissa’s (Kathleen Quinlan) journal, where she used the portal to find a dimension where her spouse wasn’t dead.
It’s good that the arts, which include exciting technological advances, are basic distinctions between universes. Noel and Leena use it, while Josh uses it to meet women. Devin’s search is more personal, as he seeks a timeline without his father (David Harewood) killing himself. And they’re clearly playing with fire. Director Isaac Ezban uses a range of lighting techniques and camera angles to show where they are. Characters and plot threads become entangled as they meddle with reality.
The four main people approach the issue differently. Ameen’s nervousness is adorable. Wallstrom finds rough edges in Noel’s insatiable ambition. King’s designer Leena is fascinatingly perceptive. Josh, played by O’Brien, is a laid-back figure seeking more excitement. Even when they screw up, they get to mine for more likable emotional levels.
Each of the four begins a quest that leads to a deity complex. The film is simple, focused on interpersonal melodrama rather than thematic profundity. Try to keep everything straight, although it’s generally preferable to let go and flow. There’s a delightfully horrific finale that may turn this into a cult classic. There’s even a clichéd coda.
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