INFINITUM: SUBJECT UNKNOWN is a sci-fi feature film from Fizz and Ginger Films.
INFINITUM: SUBJECT UNKNOWN is a sci-fi feature film from Fizz and Ginger Films, the duo behind THE ISLE and TWO DOWN. Written and starring Tori Butler-Hart and featuring Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones, filming remotely), the film is co-written and directed by Matthew Butler-Hart.
At the beginning of the Coronavirus lockdown Matt and Tori decided to try something they've been thinking about for a while, although it is somewhat more extreme than they were imagining. This is a feature film shot with just the two of them on set and the crew working remotely, footage being sent to the editor, VFX artist and colourist at the end of each day to make sure everything is going to plan.
INFINITUM: SUBJECT UNKNOWN is a companion piece to the TV pilot they were asked to write, Infinitum, which is also now being turned into a graphic novel, set to be published in 2021
Jane (Tori Butler-Hart) wakes up in a strange attic, in a parallel world, with seemingly no way out.
Synopsis: The film follows Jane (Tori Butler-Hart) who wakes up in a strange attic, in a parallel world, with seemingly no way out. We soon realise that she is stuck in a time-loop, destined to relive the same day over and over with little memory of her doing it before. But with each 'reset' she starts to remember more and more and begins to piece together what may be happening to her, with clues pointing to a Professor Aaron Ostergaard (Conleth Hill).
As she makes her way to the mysterious Wytness Quantum Research Centre to find a way to stop it, she begins to get glimpses into other worlds and other versions of herself. But each time she seems to be getting closer to an answer she is immediately reset back to the attic she fears, to once more start her journey to learn the truth.
As she travels from the city to the hidden research centre in the middle of nowhere, she sees that the world is entirely empty. There is evidence that life was once here, houses, cars and zeppelins hovering above, but everything is boarded up and abandoned. At night however, Jane sees torches and helicopters in the distance and discovers that soldiers are searching for her, adding to her desperation to get to the research centre and look for answers that might send her home.
Once inside the centre the laws of time become erratic and Jane sees glimpses of people who are clearly living in another world, but whose actions are having an effect on the one she is trapped in, and those effects are growing worse with every 'reset'.