Written and directed by Dutch filmmaker Jonathan Herzberg, Seven Things I Learned About Time Travel was made with the support of the Netherlands Film Fund. It tells the story of Marcus, a 9-year-old boy whose mother suffers from depression and who has invented a no-frills time machine that works. He now wishes to impart his knowledge. Without wanting give away any lessons, it is worth mentioning that the film - in diving into the human psyche - rather supports the multiverse theory, where it is impossible to change one's own past, but can create an infinite number of different futures for oneself. It is a sweet story told with a light touch. If you like the short drama Seven Things I Learned About Time Travel by Jonathan Herzberg be sure to rate and share it.

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