R | | Crime, Drama, Horror
The events leading up to an 11:14 p.m. car crash, from five very different perspectives.
Ben Foster and Shawn Hatosy appeared in Alpha Dog (2006).
I'm on my way back from Benny's. I'm almost home. Tell me where you are and I'll come get you.
Supposedly, Cheri's story takes place in 20 minutes, assuming the clocks are correct. But from her introduction at 10:54 until 11:14, what is shown happens in about 18 minutes. This means that in that extra two minutes, Cheri had time to hook up jumper cables and do a jump, make two car trips and run from her house to the cemetery and back, among other things.
Obviously, Cheri lives very near the cemetery, as she is shown running to it with the 1st boyfriend. She is then shown running back. No time lapses, all real time. Then she's shown at her house and leaving in the car up to the stall and talking to the boys in the van. No time lapse. Then she crosses the highway to the convenient store, where there could be a small time lapse. 2nd boyfriend, no time lapse. She jumps the car, which is shown in stop motion, which could account for a minute of time lapse, as she's moving fast to save time. She drives back to the cemetery, another short time lapse (less than a minute). Everything else takes place in real time (in a total of 17:07 minutes, not 18). This submission makes it seem like she did a bunch of extra trips and other things which aren't shown, but it simply isn't true. Everything is shown in real time except for the 3 brief time lapses described, all easily done in the missing 2:53 (not 2 minutes).
The opening credits appear as vehicles in an animated street scene, turning corners, stopping at intersections and moving across the screen at varying speeds.
€272,930 (Italy) (22 August 2004)
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