In 2064, the world is on the verge of destruction. The UN has developed a form of time travel: a person’s memories and personality can be transmitted to the past, to who they were at the moment of conception. Henrik, brilliant but narcissistic physicist is chosen for a mission so he can publish his blueprint of a fusion reactor that can prevent climate change from ever happening. But something goes wrong, and Henrik is born in the wrong body and has to learn humility while living his new life as a boy he used to torment as a child.
DIRECTOR: Arto Halonen SCRIPTWRITER: Ossi Hakala CINEMATOGRAPHY: Pini Hellstedt PRODUCTION DESIGN: Teppo Järvinen COSTUME DESIGN: Jaana Aro MAKE-UP DESIGN: Maija Gundare MUSIC: Jēkabs Nīmanis EDITING: Armands Zacs SOUND DESIGN: Matiss Krisjanis VFX : Troll VFX CAST: Elias Westerberg, Linnea Leino, Tuomas Nilsson, Kasperi Kola, Petteri Summanen, Pihla Penttinen, Robert Enckell, Hannu-Pekka Björkman, Paavo Westerberg CO-PRODUCER: Aija Berzina PRODUCER: Arto Halonen PRODUCTION COMPANY: Art Films Production SALES: REinvent
Arto Halonen is known for both documentary and fiction films which have been screened internationally. He received the Finland Prize in 2005, in recognition of a notable artistic career. He also received the City of Helsinki Cultural Prize in 2010 and the Humanitarian Award of the European Union in 1998. Halonen's documentary films include When Heroes Lie (2012), The Shadow of the Holy Book (2007), Pavlov’s Dogs (2005), and Karmapa – Two Ways of Divinity (1998).