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Grieving over the death of her mother to cancer, a young physics student must find a way to reverse a deadly quantum time anomaly and solve the apparent murder of her boyfriend, while battling short-term memory loss and time slips caused by the event. 

Synopsis

Have you ever wanted a second chance? To give someone a gift you weren’t able to give? Tell them you loved them one last time? These are the questions at the heart of Displacement, a character-driven time travel story from award-winning writer-director Kenneth Mader in his theatrical feature film debut that explores themes of love and loss, the power of forgiveness, and the consequences of turning back the clock.

All this within the context of a mind-bending thriller that follows the story of a young physics student Cassie Sinclair (Courtney Hope, ‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’, ‘Swelter’, ‘Prowl’) who must solve the murder of her boyfriend (Christopher Backus, ‘Elevator’, ‘3 Days Gone’) while battling memory loss and timeslips caused by a quantum entanglement event. A journey that will shake Cassie to the very core of her soul, setting off a chain of events that brings her to the brink of complete emotional collapse.

Tortured by the loss of her mother to cancer (Golden Globe Winner Susan Blakely) she seeks counsel from her old physics professor (Academy Award Nominee Bruce Davison) encounters her estranged father (Lou Richards, ‘Hulk’, ‘Lovelace’) and finds herself being interrogated by the mysterious Dr. Miles (Sarah Douglas, ‘Superman I & II’) all of which reveal clues that lead her further down a path toward discovery and potential redemption. But at how steep a price?

Stars Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe Winner Bruce Davison, Golden Globe Winner Susan Blakely, Superman I & II’s Sarah Douglas, and rising star Courtney Hope (‘Quantum Break’, ‘Prowl’). From award-winning writer-director Kenneth Mader.

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