Was an interesting and well executed but felt a little empty, it didn't feel like a real location. The time travel device was really cool and it would have been good to have seen that from the start. The audio and acting were good. It had a good story and progression which worked well but it would have been nice to have a little more than just his interactions with this one customer. If you are only going to use one location spend some more time on set design it would have really added to a solid film.
Super low budget romcom time travel, or so we think. With a cardboard box, a circuit board and some wiring a whole lot of passengers are sent on their time travels to Moscow, Berlin and New York. Shaky camera shots at times, sound with issues, and a slow pace to the film were almost saved by a decent ending but the damage had been done. I just couldn't help but think of Chillybox's national winner from 2016 about a time travel centre and this being the complete z-grade antithesis to that.
A nervous time machine portal operator falls in love with a woman who returns time and again. Unfortunately his feelings are unrequited and when he realises she is on her last trip to be with her girlfriend he takes revenge and destroys the time machine, ruining her life.
This film had a good solid script with a well resolved pay off at the end. It was made with an incredibly low budget aesthetic and some of the sound quality and the general B Grade-ness did affect the enjoyment a bit. Good work on getting the story basics right though - next time with a bit more care in the locations and technical end of things you could turn out something pretty cool.