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Mia has witnessed an aged neighbor leap from a window. Scattered around the old woman';;;;;;;s broken, lifeless body Mia discovers shredded pieces from a beloved photograph of herself and her former lover Ludwig. Mia is convinced this is a reflection of her own future, and with the assistance of the building';;;;;;;s kindly caretaker - and a lift that encompasses the ability to travel back and forwards through time - is able to revisit the most significant stages of her life, with the hope she can stop the event from happening.
The script's understanding of psychoanalysis seldom rises above the Wikipedian and David Warner's cryptic Freudian janitor rather put me in mind of the mystical Jacuzzi repairman played by Chevy Chase in Hot Tub Time Machine.