"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" is a 2021 American science fiction romantic comedy-drama film directed by Ian Samuels.
The starring cast includes Kathryn Newton as Margaret, Kyle Allen as Mark, Jermaine Harris as Henry, Anna Mikami as Phoebe, Josh Hamilton as Daniel, Cleo Fraser as Emma, Jorja Fox as Greta, Al Madrigal as Mr. Pepper, Teance Blackburn as Lottery Winner at Diner, Mia Lovell as Skate Rat Girl and others.
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Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 released the trailer for "The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" you can watch here:
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things - Official Trailer.
Here is a short review of "The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" movie plot summary.
Mark (Kyle Allen), a teenage boy, has been stuck in a time loop, repeating the same day over and over again. After having been stuck in the loop for thousands of days Mark has perfected several routines and is able to harmlessly aid other people by anticipating their movements. Developing a crush on a girl he gives directions to, Mark goes to the community pool to meet her again, saving the girl from being knocked into the pool by a beach ball. However his efforts to spend more time with her are constantly frustrated. One day, while waiting to save the girl from being hit with a beach ball another girl named Margaret (Kathryn Newton) unexpectedly intervenes. Mark tracks her down and discovers that she is also living in the same time loop.
Mark and Margaret spend time together. Mark tells her about his dad quitting his job to write a book on the Civil War. She talks about her dream of working as a mission specialist for NASA, and how she has been looking for a missing dog. They become close, although Mark is more free spirited than Margaret who is incredibly risk averse. Every night she hurries off after receiving a text from a medical student named Jared (Forrest Funk).
Mark and Margaret decide to look for moments they consider perfect in their city, thinking they might escape the time loop after finding all of them. Mark creates a mock-up of the moon landing in the gym for Margaret. Later, they go to his room, where she sees his map of the perfect moments. Mark leans in to kiss her, but she pushes him away.
The next day, when his dad comes to talk to him about his future, Mark yells at him about being hypocritical for chasing his own dreams while thwarting Mark's. After talking to his sister Emma (Cleo Fraser), Mark learns their dad didn't quit, but was fired and too proud to admit it. Mark suggests they might be able to break the loop if they go far away. They buy tickets to Tokyo, but Margaret leaves the plane before takeoff and tells him by text that she can't do it. When the plane hits the International Date Line, Mark wakes up in his bedroom, realizing the plan didn't work.
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"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" movie release date was scheduled to be on February 12, 2021 distributing by Amazon Studios and Amazon Prime Video.
The duration of the film is 99 minutes.
"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.
Principal photography began in February 2020.
"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 78/100.
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