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I had a visceral reaction to this movie while watching in a near empty theater.

Having that space really helped me engage with the film.

Having read some of the comments, I will agree that the film is about communication, but also of time and it’s relativity to our lives.

She was able to see in the future, know for example that her child would die of cancer, yet faced with the choice of having her with Renner’s character decided to do it anyway.

Much of the meaning of this movie is captured within flashbacks of scenes, a portal through time seemingly connecting the dots subconsciously.

At the end, I knew I had seen something, hadn’t fully processed it, but knew there was something there.

This filmmaker knows how to connect.

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