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The Chair to Everywhere

UK 2019
produced by
Mol Smith, Kemal Yildirim for Onview Films, Kemikal Films
directed by Mol Smith
starring Sean Botha, Polly Tregear, Eloise O'Brian, Jennifer Leahey, Sara Parker, Samantha Fields, Carmen Silva, Kemal Yildirim
written by Mol Smith

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After the death of their wife/mother in a plane crash, Graham (Sean Botha) and his daughter Laura (Polly Tregear) were grieving so much that they decided to make cars as a means of transportation futile altogether by developing a teleportation device - and they succeed, even if there are a couple of glitches: For one whoever is to be teleported has to be stark naked as the device can only teleport organic matter, and whoever is to be teleported is to be killed at the exact time they materialize on the other end - perfectly alive. So for the maiden voyage, Graham has to strangle his naked daughter to death, which of course feels more than a little odd to him - but it works just fine. But when they make a second test, Laura sure is killed and dematerialized - but another naked woman (Jennifer Leahey) appears on the other end ... and it turns out she's from another world. After some confusion though they agree if he teleports her again, things should fix themselves - only they don't, as Graham only gets yet another naked woman (Sara Parker) in return, so he tries again and again, dozens of times, and never gets the results he wants, his daughter. Eventually, due to some miscalculation, he actually kills one of the women (Carmen Silva) before the right time, and now is left with a dead body and nobody to teleport in exchange for his daughter. But luck has it that a charity worker who's the splitting image of the dead woman shows up at his doorstep just then, so he quickly knocks her out, undresses her, and puts her on the teleporter chair - and this time he gets Filispia (Eloise O'Brian), an amazon from not just another planet but another dimension, and she explains a few things but promises she can help him get Laura back - but at what price?


Ok, the premise of this movie is a little bit outrageous and needs quite a bit of suspension of disbelief - but once you've mastered that and accepted the fact that it has been done on a low budget, it's actually a pretty entertaining film, one that effortlessly blends drama and comedy, horror and science fiction into a rather unique story that despite of its dimensions-spanning scope works quite well on very limited locations. And despite the many naked women in this film, this aspect is handled very decently, avoiding all sleazy potholes. And of course, a strong cast helps to properly bring this film to life.

Pretty good genre entertainment in fact.


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