Whilst this film didn't necessarily conform to the classic 'groundhog day' structure, I found the take on the time travel element interesting.
The story of an almost psychotically happy man waking up every day to go to an awful job (selling dodgy credit cards), to slowly realise throughout the day that his life is terrible. He then goes to bed upset, only to wake up in a state of frightening happiness as if the previous day hadn't happened.
As revealed at the end, it turns out the 'happy man' is a clone. Every night the credit card company kills the clone. This is because over the day it has become disenfranchised and upset with it's existence, and the company replaces it with a fresh one.
It was a good commentary on the mundane work life many of us lead, and the disposable nature of low skill workers.
The shots were deeply inconsistent, the colour grading was poor (looks like iso issues with the darker shots), the sound was jarring and the dialogue was very forced. The moment the protagonist thinks he's in a 'time loop' is shoehorned in.
The concept however is really interesting, my main issue was how clearly it was conveyed- the story deserves a longer film.