The Infinite Man

Meticulous and neurotic scientist Dean (Josh McConville) attempts to recreate his first anniversary with girlfriend Lara (Hannah Marshall) one year on but a fiasco follows with the unexpected arrival of her macho ex-lover Terry (Alex Dimitriades), who provides the best gags in the film. Left deserted and desolate after his Pythagoras way of lovemaking loses out to Terry's Old Testament blood and guts (and a cattle prod), he spends the next year perfecting a time machine to go back to that incident a year before and perfect the weekend hed so painstakingly planned. Perfection eludes him however as an infinite loop is initiated and soon enough multiple Dean's, Lara's and Terry's from various timelines are interacting, resulting in all manner of wacky and joyous junctures. -Popcorn Scorn

Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction, Australian Film, Time Travel
Country: Australia
Director: Hugh Sullivan
Starring: Alex Dimitriades, Hannah Marshall, Josh McConville
Duration: 85 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and sex scenes.
Location in store: Australian Film


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