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Alexis Zofia Kubicki 1 month ago
I feel like I will never full understand what's going on in this movie, but I'm ok with it
Alejandro Betancourt 11 months ago
you have to watch it several times to understand some parts.
Noah Rymer 1 year ago
smart, a really cool idea, gets really confusing near the end.
John Caley 1 year ago
Confusing but worth it!
Dzenan Suljevic over 1 year ago
I have no idea what I've just watched.
Damian Campo almost 2 years ago
You gotta watch it more than twice...
Luispah almost 2 years ago
If you had trouble following "Inception" this movie definitely is not for you.
Griffin Maurer over 2 years ago
It does okay with its low budget, but it's hard to follow. No spectacular acting.
Dom Allan almost 3 years ago
Extremely intriguing. A good mind-fuck
James Duckworth 3 years ago
Great time travel movie, difficult to get your head round just like time travel would be..
Adam Connell 3 years ago
This movie needs to be rewatched at least three times to understand what's even happening.
Michael Cole over 3 years ago
Unique story if you can follow it. Personally, I had to go on Wikipedia afterwards.
Daniel Fleming over 3 years ago
VERY hard to follow. Big fans of the movie will say this is a strong point. Meh.
Cedrik Neumann over 3 years ago
Fascinating and mind bending movie. Definitely worth at least one rewatch.
Julian Liby over 3 years ago
Very authentic, and a head-scratcher as well. Note: plotline may require unraveling.
Mike Faulkner over 3 years ago
Block out distractions to watch this......but worth it.
Dan Saksa over 3 years ago
Total mindf*ck.
Dylan Evans over 3 years ago
One of the most intelligent films I've ever watched. Complex, but very rewarding.
Ben Emmel over 3 years ago
Huh? What happened?
Tim King over 3 years ago
Most worth watching when you can REALLY watch. Gets better with familiarity.
Primer is a 2004 American science fiction drama film about the accidental discovery of a means of time travel. The film was written, directed, and produced by Shane Carruth and was completed on a budget of $7,000. Carruth graduated from college with a degree in mathematics and is a former engineer. Primer is of note for its extremely low budget, experimental plot structure, philosophical implications, and complex technical dialogue, which Carruth chose not to simplify for the sake of his audience. One reviewer said that "anybody who claims he fully understands what's going on in Primer after seeing it just once is either a savant or a liar." The film collected the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2004 before securing a limited release in US cinemas, and has since gained a cult following. Four engineers—Aaron (Shane Carruth), Abe (David Sullivan), Robert, and Phillip—who work for a large corporation during the day, run a side business from Aaron's garage at night, building and selling...
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