Has anyone else seen this movie? I believe they filmed it on a budget of $7,000 but the only time it ever felt cheap at all were a few shots where they didn't use 35mm film. It is basically the story of two scientists discovering time travel on accident and they do it via the means of a box. They can only go back to when they first turn the box on, and through the use of multiple boxes and their revisions to previous timelines and changes made by future timelines, becomes the most hard to follow sequence of events I have ever seen. I thought I was mostly following along fairly well until the last 15 minutes of the movie. I think you could watch it 10 times and still not fully understand. I was reading through this timeline chart, but it isn't the only one and there are quite of few things that are open to debate. [image=http://deckardpl.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/primer_timeline.jpg] If you have Netflix it is available to watch instantly, and despite the fact this was the first movie in a long time where towards the end I had to admit to myself that I had gotten lost, it was actually really good.