VIFF 2014: The Infinite Man succeeds on its arch wit

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      The Infinite Man (Australia)  

      Things threaten to wear a little thin before a couple of excellent twists closer to the end—actually, it’s all twist once the film’s three principles start running into earlier and later versions of themselves in this clever-clever time-travel comedy—but The Infinite Man succeeds on its arch wit, great dialogue, and a disarming performance from Josh McConville as an egghead trying to win back his girl. As a bunch of gonzo metaphors for the things we do for love, its variety is also infinite.

      Rio, October 4 (4:30 p.m) and 9 (9:15 p.m.) 

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