A strange piece of time travel science fiction from the Iberian peninsula.
A man accidentally travels back in time and must alter his present to keep his future. It makes sense as you go, believe me.
Karra Elejalde is believable in the role of the protagonist; he takes matters into his own hands to correct his timeline at any cost. the rest of the small cast fills out the background.
The parts in the forest were really fast paced with a lot of good cuts, adding a faster rhythm to otherwise slower scenes. I also thought that the laboratory sets were pretty cool as well.
Low budget fare for the effects gets the movie along, as it puts more value on the premise than the spectacle.
I enjoyed this time splitting thriller, and I think most will. In my research, I found that the film was coming due for a Cronenburg redo in English, which I think is completely unnecessary. There is also a planned remake of Trollhunter, one of the first films I watched for this blog, and I plan to warn people away from it as well. Even if these planned translation remakes are successful, why fix something that isn’t broken?