41 2012 Movie Time Travel Explained

41 Movie Explained (2012 Film Plot And Ending Analysis)

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Hi, this is Barry, and welcome to my site. 41 is a 2012 time-travel movie written and directed by Glenn Triggs made with a teeny tiny budget . The plot is centred on a man whose life gets turned upside down when he lands up at a motel to discover a hole in the bathroom floor that takes him back through time. A big thank you to many of my readers for recommending this movie to me. There’s a lot going on in this film, so I’ve created a timeline diagram to help with the plot-walkthrough. Here’s the plot analysis and the ending of the 2012 time-travel movie 41 explained, spoilers ahead.

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41 Movie: Full Film

Here are links to the key aspects of the movie:

  • – Timeline Diagram
  • – Timeline-1 (Prime Timeline)
  • – Timeline-2
  • – Timeline-3
  • – Timeline-4
  • – Timeline-5
  • – How is Patient X a Lawyer in that diner scene?
  • – Timeline-6
  • – Ending Explained
  • – Who is the manager at Heathscape motel?
  • – Is Lauren saved, or is she dead?

Before we begin, we need to establish the rules of time travel in the movie 41. When one goes back in time, they leave their own timeline and land up in the past by 12 hours in one of many parallel universes (a.k.a timelines). This is similar to the time travel in Avengers: Endgame  and  Primer’s time travel logic . What does this imply? It means that Aidan can’t go back in time to change his own past; he can never save his  Lauren. He can only alter and affect the past events of other timelines. What’s more? Every timeline has visits from more than one Aidan at various points in time. I know this sounds confusing, so let’s go through the events one timeline at a time.

41 Movie: Timeline Diagram

41 2012 Movie Timeline Diagram small

41 Movie: Timeline-1 Explained (Prime Timeline)

This is the prime timeline where the movie begins. This is the Aidan the film follows from the beginning to the ending of the movie 41; we’ll call him Aidan-1. This does not mean that Timeline-1 is the one to initiate the time-travel mess. It is merely one of the countless timelines caught in the web of interlocked timelines. The numbering from 1 is just for convenience. It’s essential to know that there are other Aidan’s in Timeline-1 that the plot doesn’t follow. They are from other undisclosed timelines:

  • Aidan-a, who shows up and says, “Don’t go to the Heathscape motel”. He appears to be here to stop the accident but is the one who causes it in Timeline-1.
  • Aidan-b, the old manager of the motel. He appears to have gone to the past to save his grandfather but failed. Why failed? Remember, the grandmother is alone in Timeline-1.
  • There could also be others – Aidan-c, who is taken into custody, and Aidan-d, who breaks Aidan-c out and leaves a hacksaw for him. Though this is not shown in the film, it is very likely that these events happen in Timeline-1 just as they do in the other timelines.

Timeline-1’s Main Events

41 Movie Timeline 1 Explained

  • Aidan-1’s day begins well enough with his philosophy exam. 
  • Aidan-1 is met by his doppelganger (Aidan-a) warning him to not go to the Heathscape motel. 
  • Aidan-1 goes to the hospital to spend time with Grandma-1. 
  • Aidan-1 gets a call from his friend Nick-1 who asks for his brother’s middle name. Aidan-1 responds correctly and hangs up. At this point (not shown), Nick-1 is sitting with another Aidan (perhaps Aidan-a) who is claiming to be a time traveller.
  • Aidan-1 goes to the motel and meets his ex-girlfriend, Lauren-1.
  • Lauren-1 and Aidan-1 head to a diner. We hear someone drop plates. This is caused by the other Aidan (possibly Aidan-a) but is not shown on screen.
  • Aidan-1 offers Lauren-1 a lift home, and they meet with an accident. We are shown that the person on the road is another Aidan, but only for a fraction of a second (again, this is probably Aidan-a).
  • Aidan-1 is at the hospital, and Lauren-1 dies. 
  • A set of cops (cops-1) tell him to stay in the hospital as he’s being charged with murder.
  • A patient tells Aidan-1 that he needs to go to room 41 of the Heathscape motel and find a hole in the bathroom floor. This is not shown, but this man was earlier at the motel and happened to see another Aidan (Aidan-a) magically appear from the bathroom. After that, he investigates the bathroom and finally cuts his wrists and is admitted (Aidan-a makes the 911 call). We’ll call this chap Patient-X1.
  • Aidan-1 goes to the motel, finds the hole in room 41 and enters it. He travels back in time and leaves Timeline-1, and goes to Timeline-2.

Just to make a point here, Timeline-1’s people would have suddenly had their Aidan-1 disappear on them. All they’d know is he ran away from the hospital and went missing. And would be experienced by every parallel universe as long as Aidan from that universe uses room 41’s bathroom floor portal.

41 Movie: Timeline-2 Explained

41 Movie Timeline 2 Explained

  • Aidan-1 arrives in Timeline-2 12 hours earlier than he left Timeline-1.
  • Aidan-1 exits the bathroom and runs into Patient-X2, jumping on the bed. Patient-X2 has not yet met an Aidan yet.
  • Aidan-1 leaves the room to see Aidan-2 and Lauren-2 heading out. Aidan-1 follows them.
  • At the diner, Aidan-1 runs into his professor, Wertz-2, who tells him about a meeting he has with other professors to discuss philosophy.
  • Aidan-1 knocks over a bunch of plates. This event tells us that Timeline-1 also had another Aidan (Aidan-a) who broke the plates.
  • Aidan-1 runs to the spot of the accident and waves his hands desperately. Lauren-2 sees him and pulls at the steering wheel, causing the accident.
  • Aidan-1 returns to the motel in disbelief. In the room, Patient-X2 is lying with his wrists slit, and Aidan-1 calls 911. This is how we know that in Timeline-1, another Aidan (Aidan-a) saved Patient-X1.
  • Aidan-1 enters the hole in the bathroom floor and leaves Timeline-2, and goes to Timeline-3 12 hours prior.

41 Movie: Timeline-3 Explained

41 Movie Timeline 3 Explained

  • Aidan-1 hoes home, takes a nap and talks to Nick-3 and Jess-3 about his time-travel episodes. Aidan-1 asks Nick-3 to call their Aidan (Aidan-3).
  • Nick-3 calls, Aidan-3 picks up. Nick-3 asks what his brother’s middle name is and gets the correct response. This is how we know that in Timeline-1, the other Aidan (Aidan-a) was with Nick-1 when Aidan-1 receives the call at the hospital.
  • Aidan-3 goes to the site of the accident to see another Aidan (Aidan-e) waiving his hands. Aidan-1 pushes Aidan-e out of the way and punches him in the face. I find it odd that a person could smack himself from a completely different parallel universe yet feel the pain.
  • The accident occurs anyway. We don’t know why. Perhaps another Aidan (Aidan-f) came to that spot and waved as Aidan-1 was beating up Aidan-e.
  • Aidan-1 goes over to the car, takes dead Lauren-3 and heads to the motel. He tries to take her with him through the hole. Aidan-1 leaves Timeline-3 and goes to Timeline-4 12 hours prior.

41 Movie: Timeline-4 Explained

41 Movie Timeline 4 Explained

  • Aidan-1 arrives in Timeline-4, but Lauren-3’s body didn’t make it. It looks the dead don’t travel through timelines, or Lauren-3’s body was sent to a different unknown Timeline.
  • Aidan-1 goes over to his professor’s house, Wertz-4. Here he learns that he is lost among the infinite parallel universes. And neither can he hope to go back to his own Timeline-1, nor can he save his  Lauren-1. Wertz-4 advises that any jump back in time should be made for the right reasons.
  • Disappointed, Aidan-1 wanders the city and is caught by cops-4.
  • At the station, Aidan-1 tries to tell the truth. He is broken out by an Aidan from another timeline, Aidan-g.
  • Finding a strategically placed hacksaw, Aidan-1 cuts himself free and makes a run for it.
  • Aidan-1 loses cops-4 and breaks into a garage to saw the remainder of the handcuff. As he picks the hacksaw, Aidan-1 realizes that another Aidan from another timeline helped him get free.
  • Knowing he needs to do the same in his following timeline, Aidan-1 takes the saw to the motel. Aidan-1 leaves Timeline-4 and goes to Timeline-5 12 hours prior.

41 Movie: Timeline-5 Explained

41 Movie Timeline 5 Explained

  • Aidan-1 triggers the alarm at the station and leaves the hacksaw under the trashcan. He does this as he knows some Aidan (Aidan-h) is held captive by the cops-5 in this timeline.

How is Patient-X a Lawyer in that diner scene?

  • Aidan-1 goes to a diner where he sees Patient-X5, who’s not lost his mind and claims to be a lawyer. Patient-X5 says that he had enrolled for the war in his youth, but something made him change his mind. While we’re not shown this Patient-X from some timeline has arrived in the past of Timeline-5 and altered a critical moment causing a cascading effect on Patient-X5’s life. Instead of going to war and losing his mind, he is now a reputed lawyer.
  • Aidan-1 gets a call from the hospital and heads over to meet Grandma-5. Looks like she’s fading and is going to die soon. She sorrowfully remembers how a golf ball caused her husband to drown in 1957 and has missed him ever since. Aidan-1 realizes that in at least one timeline, he can save his grandfather.
  • Aidan-1 heads back to the motel and leaves Timeline-5, and goes to Timeline-6 12 hours prior.

41 Movie: Timeline-6 Explained

41 Movie Timeline 6 Explained

  • Aidan-1 runs into Patient-X, who is not from Timeline-6. How do we know? This Patient-X seems to know about time travel and recognizes Aidan-1. It appears he has no recollection was what day it is. 
  • The hotel manager shows up, and Aidan-1 and Patient-X run into the bathroom. Patient-X confirms to Aidan-1 that it is possible to change a timeline if one influences the right moments.
  • Patient-X uses the hole and disappears to an unknown timeline.
  • Aidan-1 leaves Timeline-6 and goes to Timeline-7 12 hours prior.

41 Movie: Timeline-…… Explained

Aidan-1 repeatedly uses the hole to keep going backwards in time through various timelines. He takes breaks to revisit his breakup and then the earlier unforgettable moments of his relationship with Lauren. Remember, Aidan-1 is traversing through multiple timelines here, one per each jump backwards in time.

41 Movie: Ending Explained: Timeline-N

41 Movie Timeline Ending Explained

After countless trips in and out of the hole ( about 40,150 times, okay, I counted ), Aidan-1 goes back to the year 1957 in Timeline-N, a day before Grandpa-N drowned and meets him. To ensure Grandpa-N doesn’t swim over to the golf ball and drown, Aidan-1 gifts him a golf ball but tells him not to open the present just yet. When Grandpa-N strikes his ball into the lake, he decides to go swim and get it. Upon feeling his pocket, he realizes Aidan-1 has gifted him a golf ball. Content, he walks away home. Grandpa-N doesn’t die and lives happily with Grandma-N. In the ending of the movie 41, we are shown that in Timeline-N, Grandpa-N is by the bedside of Grandma-N.

Who is the manager at Heathscape motel?

At the end of the movie 41, it is revealed that the old motel manager is Aidan. In this timeline (Timeline-N), Aidan-1 has was able to save his grandfather. This is an exceptional timeline. If you notice, the grandmother was all alone in all other timelines even though those timelines had an old manager Aidan. Perhaps the golf ball gift trick didn’t work in alternate timelines, or the other Aidans took a different approach to save the grandfather and failed.

Is Lauren saved, or is she dead?

dafna kronental 41 movie was lauren saved

While the 41 movie ending shows Aidan-N and Lauren-N deciding to walk instead of taking the car, this didn’t happen in many of the other timelines. In Timeline-N, old Aidan-1 meets a young Aidan-N to tell him to go to the Heathscape motel. When Aidan-N is contemplating dropping Lauren-N back home, he looks up to see the manager, old Aidan-1. Aidan-N doesn’t know why the manager called him to the motel, but he considers this to be a moment of divine intervention. Perhaps, to spend a longer time with Lauren-N, Aidan-N offers to walk her home. She agrees, and the two leave. Old Aidan-1 smiles happily as he’s understood how to influence circumstances to change the events. 

So yes, this Lauren-N has been saved, and this Aidan-N may not travel through time. But this happy ending is limited to a small set of timelines where an Aidan could make the right impact. Sadly, the remaining majority of the universes will have Lauren dying and Aidan disappearing.

What are your thoughts on the movie 41? Drop a comment below, let’s discuss!

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41 Review – A Pretentious And Laborious Time Travel Movie

  • Published on 23 April 2021
  • by The ScreenSlut

41 tries to answer deep philosophical questions that arise from the existence of time travel , but unfortunately, much like the acting in this, the plot is amateurish at best. Rather than being the clever time travel movie they had hoped, it is more like a student project that goes on for far too long.

41 starts off with a narration that ponders the questions of life and how much we take for granted. We then switch to a philosophy class, in which the big topic of what happens after you die is being debated. Aidan, our protagonist, (played Chris Gibson ) is leaving the class when he runs into someone who looks exactly like him and warns him to not go to Heathscape Motel. However, after a tragic accident, with the lure of being able to stop it from happening, he rushes to the hotel to find a portal that allows him to go back to yesterday. 

I was intrigued by this as most time travel movies deal with a bigger timeline than today and yesterday, so I was hoping that we would have an intriguing time mystery. But it feels a very shallow attempt at being clever. With the voice-over at the beginning and the meta discussion, it is quite clear that this is what they were going for, a cerebral time travel film. But it lacks credible acting, dialogue and canon to actually achieve that. 

Rather than adding to the movie, this meta discussion of the movie, just ends up pointing out the flaws and all the things that 41 lacks. The tragic accident that prompts Aidan to go into time travel mode is something we have all seen before. If they had managed to take a new spin on it, this could be forgiven, but it does not go beyond the very basics. With a story that has proclaimed that it is not relying on any twists and special effects, it is only on the strength of the story that it can be judged.

41 manages to be a culmination of poor choices. I do not expect perfect acting in a low budget independent movie, but I expect it to be fairly tolerable. None of the scenes in this feel organic at all, as all the conversation is very stilted. In some scenes, it feels like the actors aren’t even trying to act and yet in other scenes, the actors over exaggerate every facial expression. This can be seen most clearly in the scenes involving the philosophy discussion and the police.

The philosophy scenes are where they decide to go meta talking directly about the film, but our protagonist says he’s writing a novel to sidestep weird questions. It would have been possible to add some nuance to this and flesh out any plot canon. But instead they go over very basic tenets of time travel, that anyone who has ever watched a movie involving time travel would be very familiar with. The experts in this after school discussion try so hard to act clever and profound, but their dialogue is incredibly moronic. There is no new ground covered here, and that sums up why 41 fails as a movie.

Then there are the police, who seem like caricatures of themselves. They are questioning Aidan regarding the accident, which they believe to be a crime, though nothing explains why they come to this conclusion. They try to act hard and menacing, but it just comes off as comical. Clearly added to create some friction in the plot, but it just leaves the audience perplexed.

However, even at this point, I was willing to give it a chance, if the ending had paid off. There is much emphasis on using this time travel for important reasons. But when Aidan devises a plan to change events (which ignores the rules they had set out in the meta discussion), it is just the same thing he was trying to do but with a different person in a different time.

There is no grand scheme to all of this, except self-indulgence even if he does end up saving someone. Which is what I feel is very much sums up, what 41 is like. Rather than being the clever time travel movie it thought it was, it comes across as pretentious, smug and shallow. 

Even without taking those flaws into consideration, the ending has to be the most convoluted way to solve a time travel paradox. There are many ways that this time travel dilemma could have been avoided, yet we go around in circles avoiding the obvious solution.

In fact, what is most frustrating is that Aidan is the cause of all the issues that happen and he repeats his mistakes over and over. 41 should have really been a 30 minute short, rather than the laborious 80 minutes it takes to make its point. Plus the motel, which is the epicenter of it all, could have no way to feature in its conclusion, as there is no way it is more than 50 years old. 

41 is full of glaring inconsistencies, bad dialogue and even worse acting, that makes this sci-fi movie a herculean struggle to finish. 

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A young man discovers a hole in the floor of a local motel that leads to yesterday.

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Review by CGS ★★

If you're going to do a story with time travel in it, I think you have two options if you don't want to confuse or annoy the viewer:

1. You either nail the time logic ( Primer , Timecrimes )

2. You use time travel poetically and you don't even worry about the logic ( The Terminator , Somewhere in Time )

41 tries to have it both ways and therefore fails.

But I think my biggest gripe was that there's NO way that motel is over 50 years old.

Alex Jackson

Review by Alex Jackson ★½ 1

If I could go back in time to yesterday, I wouldn’t watch this film


Review by porksweats ★★½

this movie could have been 41 minutes and much better, I did like how they approached time travel though that was neat


Review by park618 ½ 3

Just slash your tires dude

Max Wagner

Review by Max Wagner ★★½

How many times did Aidan crawl out of the hole while some dude was takin a shit, and had to go “FUCK FUCK SORRY YOU DIDNT SEE ANYTHING IM GOING BACK IN THE HOLE NOW”

Brandon Williams

Review by Brandon Williams ★★★

A micro-budget SF time travel adventure... where have I seen that before 🤔. While certainly not Primer, did build a reasonably complex narrative. It has one of the more impactful last acts of mini budget SF I've seen. No waterworks, but sparked emotion. So if you choose this one, make sure to hang in there.

Admit I had to restart the film once because after a heavy pasta dinner, the first act was slow enough that I fell asleep. Only made it about 20 mins in. After a nice long nap and a Starbucks doubleshot, I grinded on through the second act. While more interesting, it still hadn't hooked me. Once past the ridiculous cop characters at the 50 min…

Dina ▪️🔹

Review by Dina ▪️🔹 ★★★

Watched on a road trip. Time travel, so interesting premise but overall felt empty /flat.

Ben Jones

Review by Ben Jones ★★★½

Time travel films are always difficult to pull off. It either requires a sound internal logic that manages to tie together all the lose ends or you have something less science based and go with a fantastical idea of what you want time travel to be and let others worry about how it all works.

However, where 41 fails is that it tries to appease both, and whilst this works in short bursts, it ultimately falls apart because of the lack of consistency.

Despite this, what 41 does have is a lot of heart. Whilst the film changes gears several times, it's not until the final reel that it really hits it's stride, revealing the consequence in a moment of…

Bram Christiaens

Review by Bram Christiaens ★½

It was a good try, but there were too many holes in his logic. Either he didn't see Timecrimes or he didn't pay attention.


Review by Rolf ★★★½

A philosophy student meets his Doppelgänger who tells him not to got to a certain place. Of course he still does which sets in motion a time travel scenario... Imagine TIMECRIMES without the crime angle. 41 uses the same premise creating many timelines which our protagonist learns to deal with until he literally finds his way. It uses all the elements which make the genre so much fun and really leaves you thinking after it's finished. It's no PRIMER though and never loses sight of its emotional core which keeps the audience close by. Made for a tiny budget in Australia 41 is clearly a passion project which may lack cinematic grandeur and struggles a bit with its cast but as so very often with this genre, it's the story that counts and I'm very happy with what I got.

Make or Break Scene: Revealing the identity of a character in the end.

MVT: The story.

Score: 7/ 10

Matt White

Review by Matt White ★½

His grandmother is in a “nursing home” laying on a fucking folding table. Wtf?


Review by dklenci ★½

don't typically like to dunk on more underground stuff but this is the most bland time travel movie i've ever seen

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I continue to go down this hole. This multiverse, time-travel hole. And I blame the algorithm. You watch one sci-fi adjacent thing and you end up getting suggested movies like 41 . Which, frankly, I thought was a movie about Jackie Robinson. But, apparently, that’s called 42 . I can’t say I’m a fan of numbers-only-based titles like these. Especially when there’s no real significance to the number other than it’s the number on the hotel room in which this time-travel wormhole exists. At least with 42 , that’s Robinson’s uniform number. Or like the movie 10 refers to a scale of one to ten that everyone who has ever rated another human being understands. Which isn’t forgiving that practice, of course, but is giving it context.

Seemingly random title aside, the film itself clearly was trying something high-concept and relatively ambitious. It’s clear they watched the movie Primer , but decided that all the math and science stuff was for suckers. So they stripped all of that away and just kind of kept the core time-travel spine. Ostensibly a love story, our protagonist, Aidan, uses a hole in an Australian motel room floor to travel back in time twelve hours with each entry. Yes, literally a hole in a motel room floor. No time machine, no mystical time portal put there by an ancient civilization or alien culture. Nope, just an empty space in a crumby motel under a flap of cheap linoleum that definitely seems like it would be discovered by just about anyone sitting on the toilet in that room. But somehow isn’t. Because this film doesn’t bother with details like that. It’s super low-budget, and at times you feel every dollar not spent on it.

Going back to the concept, it feels like a couple students got into a dorm room and decided they wanted to make a time-travel movie. Then they did a little research, figured out they were going to settle on a certain theory and only then figured out the skin to put on it. And, yes, there’s nothing wrong with the theory here — basically every time the dude, Aidan, goes into the floor he appears in a new timeline twelve hours in the past. Not the same timeline he left from, but a brand new one. So if he’s in timeline/universe one and enters the hole, he can’t affect that same timeline/universe because he pops out in timeline/universe two. So his girlfriend he’s trying to save in timeline/universe one is unsavable. But his girlfriend in timeline/universe two could theoretically be saved if he prevents her death in timeline/universe two having gone back before her time of death. Timeline/universe one girlfriend will always die. As timeline/universe one Aidan continually jumps in the hole to travel from timeline/universe to timeline/universe to try to change future of a continuously alt version of his girlfriend. But that’s truly it. We don’t get much else other than this mechanic. The plot is the mechanism of the time travel. But, of course, at this point we’ve seen enough time-travel movies that we need something unique and surprising to build out the flesh of the narrative. It would be like making a war movie and us just getting a bunch of dudes running around a jungle shooting each other. Sure, it’s a war movie, but what is it I’m supposed to care about?

Ultimately this isn’t a bad movie. It’s just one that was missing something. Heart? Soul? Something that could have been fleshed out with a million bucks? Honestly, I’m not certain, as we’ll never get that version of the movie. And what we have feels like it’s missing something. A reason for being beyond what someone thought was a fun concept — and what someone thought they could pull off on a minuscule budget. So, yeah, it was fine for what it was. I suppose if you’re really into that DIY aesthetic, don’t mind some of the seams showing in your films and are a true everything-for-the-multiverse person, it could be worth 80 minutes of your time on a bus or plane. And may honestly be better on a smaller screen anyway.

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In 41 Time Travel Film, a young man discovers a hole in the floor of a local motel that leads to yesterday.

Australian director Glenn Triggs is a very talented and dedicated young film maker who is on the right road if he chooses to continue. The thing that is most striking about ’41’ was its absolute reliance on pure storytelling. It did not have the luxury of CGI or other big-budget distractions like expensive props or exotic locations. Glenn and his tiny crew have used just what they had available in order to achieve what they intended.

This is a very small, indie film, made on a shoestring. If you’re looking for big stars, great effects, aliens?, turn away. You won’t like this. Nonetheless, what the makers accomplish is amazing! It draws the viewer into it. It feels like you’re actually becoming a part of it.

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Time-travel themes are often frustrating to deal with. The paradoxical nature of these types of stories continually leaves unanswered questions and different possible outcomes. You just are not even going to come close to pleasing everybody with a movie like this.

Some have faulted the hospital and police station sets, yet others think that they were perfect! One can never be sure that those guys even WERE the police. It makes you wonder if they had some inside info on what he was doing and were govt agents, posing as police.

The actors/ actresses don’t seem like they are “acting” at all. It seems more like you – as the viewer – are just listening in on conversations. And the story never explains everything. Make no mistake, the answers are there, but you’ll have to listen and pay attention to get them. This movie treats the viewer as intelligent, which is a rare happening today.

Some have said that this movie has the best soundtrack that they have ever heard in a small movie! Haunting all the way through. At the end of the day, 41 is a fine story.

Dark Epic Films presents a Glenn Triggs Film.

WINNER* Rhode Island Flickers Film Festival. Las Vegas Film Festival. Maverick Movie Awards. Made in Melbourne Film Festival. (2012/2013).

Starring: Chris Gibson, Dafna Kronental, David Macrae, Menik Gooneratne, Nick Antoniades, Glen Hancox, Anne Cordiner, Robert Plazek, Shane Lee, Keith Gordon, Bethia Triggs.

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The Best, Most Realistic Movie About Time Travel Cost $7,000

"I will show you the most important thing that any living organism has ever witnessed."

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  • Primer , created on a budget of $7,000, became a cult classic and won multiple awards.
  • The film's complex plot, lack of exposition, and fast-paced editing can make it difficult to follow and understand.
  • Primer 's low budget contributes to its realistic feel, making it relatable and believable for viewers.

If ever a film were brought into existence through the sheer force of one man's will, 2004's Primer is it. Over the course of three years, creator Shane Carruth (who was in his late 20s at the inception) wrote, directed, produced, edited, starred in, and wrote the score for the incredibly innovative, super-grounded sci-fi, all on a budget of $7,000. Primer would go on to win the Sundance Grand Jury Prize and Alfred P. Sloan Prize and become a beloved sci-fi cult classic.

Primer is the story of Aaron (Carruth) and Abe ( David Sullivan ), two engineers who accidentally stumble onto time travel while working on other projects in Aaron's garage. The time machine itself is a simple, cramped box made mostly of PVC — no shiny DeLorean , no dimension-hopping T.A.R.D.I.S. — but what makes this version of time travel unique is that in order to travel back in time, the traveler must spend an equivalent amount of time inside the box. In other words, to travel six hours into the past, you must spend six hours in the box.

Immediately after their discovery, Aaron and Abe are ultra careful not to influence the past during their brief trips through time, fearing consequences they can't even guess at. But eventually, the temptation to change history becomes too great, and Aaron in particular becomes obsessed with his ability to dictate the outcomes of events. This creates multiple complex, interwoven timelines and ultimately leads to a rift between the two characters.

Four friends/fledgling entrepreneurs, knowing that there's something bigger and more innovative than the different error-checking devices they've built, wrestle over their new invention.

'Primer' Can Be Tough To Follow

Primer is famously cerebral , refusing to hold the audience's hand at any point. The two leads speak in arcane physics jargon throughout because Carruth was adamant that the dialogue should sound authentic. The tight (and, at times, perhaps over-tuned) editing keeps Primer fast-paced; no one will catch every detail of the complicated plot the first time through . Primer is also very light on exposition — the characters often have long conversations about topics that the audience, at least at first, has no context for. Only in the last third of the movie does the voiceover dip in more heavily and start explaining things, though often cryptically.

Between the complexity of the story, the jargon, and the pacing, Primer can be a challenge to follow ; some critics have even called it "antagonistic" toward the audience. But that wasn't Carruth's goal. Instead, as Carruth told IndieWire , "the information is in there" to create a coherent story; it just might take multiple viewings for you to get it all. But unlike some modern filmmakers who don't trust their audience to make inferences and instead prefer to spell everything out, Carruth trusts not only his audience's intelligence, but their fortitude — perhaps a bit too much at times.

The 21st Century’s Best Time Travel Movie So Far Is a Low-Budget Rom-Com

If Primer was an unlikely hit, then its creator was an equally unlikely filmmaker. Carruth has a degree in math and started his career as an engineer before quitting to pursue writing. (This training would turn out to be useful in the course of writing the script, though Carruth had to learn physics jargon by reading graduate students' papers online .) With no formal background in filmmaking, he taught himself scriptwriting, cinematography, and storyboarding in the process of making Primer . Carruth said during his interview with IndieWire that he never planned on starring in the film; he cast himself as one of Primer 's leads only because he had difficulty finding an actor who played the part the way he wanted it , with subtlety rather than drama, and with his ultra-low budget , he worried that someone else might cut and run in the middle of shooting, leaving them stranded.

Perhaps surprisingly, the acting is one of Primer 's biggest strengths . Either Carruth or Sullivan (who's gone on to have a broad and successful TV career) is in every scene, so the film rests entirely on their shoulders. Both performances are subdued and understated, yet a great deal of subtext lies just beneath the surface.

How Was 'Primer' Made?

After months of rehearsals, shooting took place over five weeks around Dallas, where Carruth lived at the time. Primer was shot on super 16 film; Carruth said during his IndieWire interview that he had considered going digital, but in the early 2000s, the technology wasn't yet there to create the look he wanted. However, this meant there was no budget for multiple takes . Once shooting was complete, Carruth did the editing himself, again learning the process as he went along and often having to edit around lack of footage and continuity errors. He also composed the score, a task he said he'd enjoy handing off to someone else the next time around.

In some ways, the story of Primer mirrors the story of its creation. Before their break-through discovery, Aaron and Abe, like Shane Carruth, are cash-strapped; they even vandalize their own cars and refrigerators for parts in their quest to create something people will want to buy. Carruth, too, had to cut corners due to lack of funds , using friends' and family's houses and apartments for many of the locations, relying on ambient lighting and sunlight, filming only a single take for many scenes because he couldn't afford to waste film.

And like his character, Carruth claims to be a "control freak." Primer starts out following four engineers working on patents in Aaron's garage, but as soon as Aaron and Abe realize what they've stumbled onto, Aaron insists on cutting out their two unwitting colleagues rather than revealing the truth to them. He also doesn't let his wife in on the secret, to Abe's surprise. And Aaron is the first one tempted to use the time machine to change the past, leading to his falling out with Abe. Carruth performed every job in the course of making Primer partly because he couldn't afford to hire anyone else, but also because he couldn't stand to give up control , a quality that he doesn't apologize for, because, as he says during his IndieWire interview, "it’s important to feel strongly about the material you’re working on."

The Low Budget Gives 'Primer' a Documentary Feel

The result? Primer 's ultra-low budget contributes to its grounded realism — there are no Avengers: Endgame or even Back to the Future -style special effects, and the main characters never travel more than a few days into the past, so fancy set pieces are unnecessary. Instead, Primer feels incredibly real, even documentary-like (the fact that the actors clearly haven't had professional hairstyling or makeup and appear to be wearing their own clothes contributes to this). Watching Primer , you can actually believe that if two smart but ultimately ordinary guys happened upon time travel by accident, this is exactly how it would play out.

After Primer 's success at Sundance, it had a very limited theatrical release, playing in no more than 31 theaters at a time over the course of a few months yet still bringing in over $400,000 at the domestic box office . Primer 's DVD release the following year quickly vaulted it to cult classic status, particularly among science fiction aficionados. Its complexity contributes to its rewatchability : after your third, fourth, or tenth viewing, you'll still be catching details you haven't noticed before.

Primer isn't for the faint-of-heart film viewer; it asks more of its audience than most films, and gives less. But serious sci-fi lovers and fans of movies that make you think should consider it a must-watch — and don't feel bad if you have to Google "Primer ending explained" after the fact.

Primer is available to rent on Prime Video and Apple TV+ in the U.S.

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The 50 All-Time Best Time-Travel Films

Rod Taylor and Yvette Mimieux in The Time Machine (1960)

1. The Time Machine

Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future (1985)

2. Back to the Future

Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator (1984)

3. The Terminator

Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

4. Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Time After Time (1979)

5. Time After Time

Drew Barrymore, Patrick Swayze, Mary McDonnell, Noah Wyle, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, and Stuart Stone in Donnie Darko (2001)

6. Donnie Darko

Maurice Evans in Planet of the Apes (1968)

7. Planet of the Apes

Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell in Groundhog Day (1993)

8. Groundhog Day

Franka Potente in Run Lola Run (1998)

9. Run Lola Run

Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)

10. Safety Not Guaranteed

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mads Mikkelsen, Tilda Swinton, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, and Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange (2016)

11. Doctor Strange

Forest Whitaker, Amy Adams, and Jeremy Renner in Arrival (2016)

12. Arrival

Primer (2004)

14. Interstellar

Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis, and Madeleine Stowe in 12 Monkeys (1995)

15. 12 Monkeys

La Jetée (1962)

16. La Jetée

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)

17. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

Frequency (2000)

18. Frequency

Timecrimes (2007)

19. Timecrimes

Denzel Washington and Paula Patton in Deja Vu (2006)

20. Deja Vu

Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Elliot Page, Michael Fassbender, Daniel Cudmore, Bingbing Fan, and Jennifer Lawrence in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

21. X-Men: Days of Future Past

Pleasantville (1998)

22. Pleasantville

Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

23. Edge of Tomorrow

Nancy Allen and Michael Paré in The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)

24. The Philadelphia Experiment

Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson in About Time (2013)

25. About Time

Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams in The Time Traveler's Wife (2009)

26. The Time Traveler's Wife

Somewhere in Time (1980)

27. Somewhere in Time

Vincent D'Onofrio and Marisa Tomei in Happy Accidents (2000)

28. Happy Accidents

Time Bandits (1981)

29. Time Bandits

Scarlett Johansson in Lucy (2014)

31. Sleeper

Owen Wilson in Midnight in Paris (2011)

32. Midnight in Paris

Bruce Willis, Jeff Daniels, Piper Perabo, Paul Dano, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Emily Blunt in Looper (2012)

34. Hot Tub Time Machine

Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30 (2004)

35. 13 Going on 30

Guy Pearce and Samantha Mumba in The Time Machine (2002)

36. The Time Machine

Kathleen Turner in Peggy Sue Got Married (1986)

37. Peggy Sue Got Married

Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, and Jessica Biel in Next (2007)

39. Predestination

Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves in The Lake House (2006)

40. The Lake House

Keanu Reeves, Robert V. Barron, Terry Camilleri, George Carlin, Al Leong, Tony Steedman, and Alex Winter in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)

41. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Cas Anvar, Vera Farmiga, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Wright, Michelle Monaghan, and Michael Arden in Source Code (2011)

42. Source Code

The Jacket (2005)

43. The Jacket

The Final Countdown (1980)

44. The Final Countdown

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

45. Frankenstein Unbound

Anthony Hopkins, Emilio Estevez, Rene Russo, and Mick Jagger in Freejack (1992)

46. Freejack

Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart in The Butterfly Effect (2004)

47. The Butterfly Effect

Idiocracy (2006)

48. Idiocracy

Embeth Davidtz and Bruce Campbell in Army of Darkness (1992)

49. Army of Darkness

Jean-Claude Van Damme in Timecop (1994)

50. Timecop

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