Reporter Dan Vassar suddenly finds himself transported back in time twenty years, just in time to prevent a suicide-by-bus of a man he doesn't know. When he returns to his present day life he cannot explain his absence to his wife and son. When it happens again, he also encounters the man whose life he saved, so Dan suspects there is a connection between the man and the time-travel. Dan also sees Olivia, a woman he planned to marry but who died. His wife and policeman brother become convinced Dan is either on drugs or mentally unstable, but as the time trips continue Dan uncovers his role in the adventures and manages to convince his wife that his disappearances are in time, not in space.
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When Dan wakes up to find himself in the past for the third time he checks his cell phone and finds that he has no service. It is an iPhone that he is clearly holding upside down, yet the video inlay is upside right. It also shows the screen as though he lost service during a call. See more
Do you regret it? Having a kid?
I'd do anything right now to get back to him.
Everything after the initial shot of traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge is actually moving backwards (pigeons flying, city traffic, Ferry Building clock hands, etc.) See more