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Same Boat

USA 2019
produced by
Josh Itzkowitz
directed by Chris Roberti
starring Chris Roberti, Tonya Glanz, Jeff Seal, Evan Kaufman, Julia Schonberg, Katie Hartman, David Carl, David Bly, Leah Rudick, Jade Daugherty, Anto Boros, Ben Scheiner, Josh Itzkowitz, Daniel Titmuss
written by Chris Roberti, Josh Itzkowitz, Mark Leidner

review by
Mike Haberfelner

In the 29th century, humankind has finally developed time travel, and now assassins are sent into the past to correct humankinds mistakes (including the invention of reality TV). One of the top assassins of future humankind is James (Chris Roberti), who along with his trainee Mot (Julia Schonberg) is sent to 2019 to kill lawyer Lilly (Tonya Glantz), who by detecting a legal loophole has made it possible for big corporations to pollute the world to near-destruction. James is to execute Lilly on a cruise ship ... where Mot almost immediately falls sea sick, which leaves James with a few days off to enjoy himself on the ship. And thus he accidently befriends Lilly, and starts to notice what a nice person she is - despite what she ultimately caused without intending to. Lilly likes James back, and the two start dating, and even though James feels rather awkward about it, the two fall in love and land in bed. When Mot finds out about James not only having a great time while she's suffering but also refusing to do his job, she's hell-bent on killing Lilly in his place (to save the planet of course). And to complicate matters, Lilly's suicidal ex Rob (Evan Kaufman) is also on the cruise ship, so of course things get weird before long ...


This movie really is a bit of everything, from science fiction to romance and everything in between, but above everything, it's actually pretty funny, as it really succeeds in finding the rather ironic side of its basic conflict - an assassin falling in love with his target -, but without going the moronic route. Instead the movie makes an attempt to remain believable - as believable as time travelling assassins can be of course - and relatable, really fleshes out its central characters and populates the story with plenty of eccentrics. And the outcome is just sweet yet not saccharine fun!

By the way, the film's said to have been secretly shot on an actual cruise - and has done a great job about it.

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