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EIFF 2014: The Infinite Man (Hugh Sullivan, 2014)

June 26, 2014

The Infinite Man

This Australian film could easily (and lazily) be described as a romantic comedy version of elaborate time-travel works Primer and Timecrimes, or as ‘Looper in love’, but writer-director Hugh Sullivan’s smart and sensitive feature debut deserves special credit for hinging its conceit on successful emotional beats, never letting its structural ambition get in the way of its fun character arcs and some terrific laughs…

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