“Every second spent explaining things puts more innocent civilians at risk,” our hero Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) is told when he asks his controller how come he’s just woken up as a teacher called Sean Fentriss on a commuter train heading into Chicago, then been blown up with it in a terrorist bombing after eight minutes.
Stevens repeatedly, paradoxically, amusingly, thrillingly relives these minutes – and falls in love with charming, doomed fellow-passenger Christina (Michelle Monaghan).
This romantic, touching film about changing life’s pre-written scripts seems feelgood, but, as with Jones’s previous film, Moon, implies a darker vortex of proliferating realities and outcomes. Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
Jake Gyllenhaal in Square Meal (UK) magazine
"I was always taught by my parents to feel comfortable about my body. They told me there is a beauty in whatever you are" -Jake Gyllenhaal in Square Meal magazine
Jake Gyllenhaal on the set of 'End of Watch' in Los Angeles on 8th August 2011
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