When you Buy Cheap Cable, you should always make sure you take a look at what is included. Movie channels are fine, but if you are starting to get tired of the same old song and dance when it comes to Hollywood, you ought to check out the world of indie films. One in particular is a truly remarkable piece of storytelling known throughout the world as Primer.
The plot of Primer involves a group of employees who, in their free time, are working on some invention. The specifics are left for you to infer, but you get the impression that they are experimenting with hover technology when they inadvertently create a time machine. From there, the film is a seemingly disjointed mish-mash of out-of-sequence action.
In truth, part of the reason Primer is so hard to follow is that it represents the human mind’s seeming inability to process the impossible – time travel. Events that are clearly happening out of sequence are hurled at you at breakneck speed, leaving you little time to peace it all together.
Make no mistake, Primer is more puzzle than movie and that may drive some people away. That’s why it’s an indie film. It’s a thinking man’s movie.