{4/5} “Knowledge determines destiny.”

Frequencies aka OXV: The Manual, released in 2013

Zak likes Marie but he’s low frequency and she’s high frequency. They can’t even spend more than a minute together without something happening like luggage falling out of an airplane going overhead. But Zak is determined to do whatever it takes to increase his frequency — and to help Marie lower hers, so that she has a chance to know what it’s like to have feelings. I believed in the reality of this world at the beginning, but as it went along that slipped away a bit — the actors couldn’t quite make me believe in the premise. Nevertheless, it’s a unique idea — which should always be applauded.

Directed by Darren Paul Fisher (Popcorn).

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