Reminiscence: The Beginning
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There are worlds, there are humans and there are Others. But there is only one Time which is the border between worlds. What if time breaks down? Slovakian physicist Michaela (Miska), discovers a new fact on magnetic fields and time-breaks, after her long researches. According to her calculations she found that every six years, intersections in the planets coordinates, causes temporarily gravity fields in the solar system. These gravity fields break the time for a very short period and can make a gateway to a black-hole. The estimated coordinates of one of these gravity fields that will occur on the earth, will take place in a town called Cesme in Turkey. To examine this event, Michaela (Miska), and her boy friend took a trip from Slovakia to Cesme. What they will face, is much more then what they expected. Bonus features include: Full Motion Menu, Trailers
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After establishing this premise, we get many attempts at artistic shots. A few work. Several are passable. Many, like a strobe light on a 'spooky' tree, just seem silly, random, and mildly pretentious. They slowly attempt to crank up the suspense, having the couple see multiple versions of one another (one version even drops a shoe - terribly spooky,) the introduction of Spooky Mask Guy in what was possibly one of the least effective jump scares I've ever witnessed (if you need a binoculars to make out the character on-screen, it's not a jump scare.)
We now enter what it supposed to be high gear. They see zombie versions of themselves. Their food vanishes and really apathetic people give them a ride into town. One of (what I presume was) their mothers shows up and jumps into the sea. Horror effects are borrowed from better films, there's a mummy and an extra scary fashion photographer. Why are there zombies, mummies and scary photographers in other dimensions? Is the other dimension Hell or trademarked by George Romero? Hard to say, really. We're not even certain they're IN another dimension as every time things are about to get terribly spooky, the characters jolt awake, or comes to lying on the beach, or simply cuts to another scene.
This, I think, is the central flaw of this film. Is it horror? Science fiction suspense? Pretentious art piece? We don't know. Like the characters, there's no definition, motivation, or developmental arc; the movie is simply THERE and you have to either accept it or turn it off. All things considered, I wish I'd picked the latter.