September and October is the season to visit your local cinema to experience an excellent time-travel science fiction film, shot entirely on location in Woomera and on Weeroona Island in South Australia, as written and directed by Hugh Sullivan. Fairly challenging entertainment that cleverly tweaks your brain and holds your attention, because you need to remember everything that you see and everything that you hear during its 85 minutes duration.

THE INFINITE MAN covers one whole year in the topsy-turvy lives of the three characters; starting from the romantic anniversary celebration of the lovers, Josh McConville (Dean) and Hannah Marshall (Lana) with things suddenly changing as a result of the unexpected arrival of her very sleazy ex-lover, Alex Dimitriades (Terry) at their vacation spot.

The film is reminiscent of GROUNDHOG DAY (1993) in that it also has a time loop structure. Going around in circles, we are shown how this closed time loop affects them individually, and their intimate relationships with one another, most especially as the first of the future versions of the three characters arrive.

As more versions arrive there are actions taken that are intended to try to break the (year-long) time loop. In order to gain control over his love life, the original Dean wants to permanently create the ‘happy ever after version’ as soon as the year ends.

THE INFINITE MAN is wholly original, and will take you on a journey to somewhere and to someplace well worth visiting.

OFLC Certification rated MA15+ Recommended.

Official Website: