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HD   NR Closed Captioning

Alexis Boling

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About the Movie

Kim Getty is an immigrant from 400 years in the future, sent back in time to live out an easier life. It’s a one-way trip of difficult isolation, but in the three years since she landed, Kim has built a life that feels almost satisfying. She has a full time job, shares an apartment with a roommate, and is falling in love. But when she stumbles on a teenage girl who is also from the future, Kim’s remade sense of self is tested. After the girl leads Kim to her long-lost husband, now 20 years older than her and maladjusted to this time, Kim’s carefully designed identity begins to unravel. Kim finds herself having to choose between two entirely different lives. But once her secrets are exposed, the real decision is what she’s willing to do to survive.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 7
  • Fresh: 7
  • Rotten: 0
  • Average Rating: 7.9/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Systematically yet subtly, the Bolings and their strong cast take this certifiably oddball film in some thoughtfully intriguing places. – Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times, Oct 2, 2015

Fresh: Movement and Location is an original and intelligent immigrant drama with a title so academic (and uncommercial) that you might want to give the filmmakers a firm talking-to. – Chuck Wilson, Village Voice, Sep 18, 2015

Fresh: Movement and Location has some clear-cut parallels to the stories of immigrants who are in the States illegally and are trying to live quiet, productive lives... But it also works as a Rod Serling-esque sci-fi adventure of the mind. – Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times, Dec 3, 2015

Fresh: Lacking flashy CGI (or any other special effects), this imaginative low-budget indie (2014) relies heavily on dystopian gloom. – Andrea Gronvall, Chicago Reader, Dec 3, 2015

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