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  1.  Brilliantly disturbing


    It takes a lot to get me out to the cinema. My wife had read the book and couldn't stop talking about the story so......
    This is not a story about time travel as such but of the loving relationship and complex problems that Henry (Eric Bana) and Clair (Rachel McAdams) face as Henry is unwittingly catapulted backwards and forwards along his own time line.
    The film opens with Henry working in a librery, Clair approaches him, for her they have met many times before, for him it's the first time, this is a love story that cannot unfold and develop in the usual way, what the film dose is to show that a relationship can survive under the most bizarre circumstances.
    The film explores topics that affect couples all over the world, death and illness, infertility and infidelity but in an almost insane way that leaves the viewer almost no time to take breath.
    The film is based on the first novel by Audrey Niffenegger who by her own admission has not and will not watch the film as she would find it too disturbing. The good news is she is now writing her second novel that I'm sure will make into an equally fine and thought provoking film.
    This is a film that will be going straight into my collection and is one of the finest narrative stories I have experienced, wonderfully acted and wonderfully directed with a brilliant supporting cast including Stephen Tobolowsky who plays a rather hard to convince Dr. Kendrick who tries to treat Henry for his "chrono genetic disorder"

  2.  Zero Duds


    Faultless discs not a single dud and they print very well on my Canan Pixma 4500. First class service and beat price from play.