Filmmaker:Richard Anthony Du...
Genre : Drama
|Writer:||Richard Anthony Dunford|
|Director:||Richard Anthony Dunford|
|Editor:||Richard Anthony Dunford|
If you had the power to rewind time how would you use it?
Life’s all about learning from your mistakes. Unfortunately you have to make those mistakes before you can learn anything and put up with any suffering and embarrassment that goes along with the lesson.
But what if you didn’t? What if you had the power to rewind time and do it all over again knowing what you know. You’d be unstoppable!
Our hero Gregory Liath, Goliath to his friends, is rapidly approaching thirty with nothing much to show for his time on the planet. He works the night shift as a porter at the city hospital, has a high maintenance girlfriend and regrets not making more of his life.
Goliath stumbles across a magic watch that gives him the ability to reverse time and re-live it while keeping the memory of the first outcome. He now has the power of the second chance, but how will he choose to use it?
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