Greg Marcks' 11:14 intertwines five different storylines that all lead up to a series of events that happen one evening at 11:14. The audience is made privy to connections between the characters that they themselves are unaware of. The audience will see how various lies and deceptions lead to murder. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
I saw a review that described this more as an artistic exercise than a full-fledged movie, & that is very accurate. It had a few funny moments & it was interesting to see all the pieces fall into place in the end, but it ultimately had no point.
One thing I was not prepared for were a few grisly post-mortem scenes. I didn't mind so much but my spouse certainly did.
A fun watch if you have nothing better to do, but if your movie-time is limited, I would pass.
Very clever and very, very confusing! I didn't have any trouble keeping up with the flashback plots in 'Go' and 'Run Lola Run', but this one had my head spinning. I almost wanted to pause the DVD to make notes!