June 26, 2005 - This 2004 drama was written, directed and produced by Shane Carruth, who also stars in the movie. It won the award for best drama at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.

Carruth plays Aaron, a husband and father who works at a local electronics company. In his spare time, Aaron, his friend Abe, and a couple other guys tinker around in Aaron's garage. They have a few patents, but nothing that's going to make them rich.

Aaron and Abe start working on a project of their own. It works, but they don't know what to do with it. Then, they discover that it can be used as a sort of time-travel machine. Aaron and Abe make use of the time to fiddle with the stock market and make loads of money.

The problem is that the machine creates "doubles," so there is more than one Abe and more than one Aaron. The bigger problem seems to be that these doubles have minds of their own, and they're thinking of ways to exploit the technology for their own purposes.

Overall Review: ** Interesting concept, but kind of hard to follow. You kind of assume that the movie follows the original Aaron and Abe, but that may not be the case. I did enjoy watching actors that I've never seen before. I'll look for more work from this guy, I think.