Broken Side of Time



IMDb Rating 6.1 10 86

Please enable your VPN when downloading torrents

If you torrent without a VPN, your ISP can see that you're torrenting and may throttle your connection and get fined by legal action!

Get Express VPN


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
October 07, 2020 at 07:34 PM



720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
1.08 GB
English 2.0
25 fps
2 hr 0 min
P/S 183 / 132
2.01 GB
English 2.0
25 fps
2 hr 0 min
P/S counting...

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by GormanBechard 9 / 10

A note from the film's director


Thank you for checking out the IMDb page for my new narrative feature, "Broken Side of Time."

This is a film that grew out of making my first documentary, "Color Me Obsessed, a film about The Replacements," and the idea of shooting a fiction film the same way we'd shoot a documentary. No script. Just an idea for a beginning and an end, and we'd let the footage captured dictate the story when we got to the editing room. But I knew to make that work I needed a brilliant lead actress, so I turned to Lynn Mancinelli from my "Friends (With Benefits)." She will break your heart in this film. She will speak to the wrong decisions we all make, the abuse we often times inflict upon ourself, knowing we need to stop, but unable to, until rock bottom is hit.

"Broken Side of Time" is a story about redemption. About starting over. About hitting that rock bottom, and realizing you are the only one who can save yourself. Lynn's character, Dolce, needs to reinvent herself at 30 and start over. And that is never easy.

The 11 professional photo shoots depicted in the film were all real shoots, with some of the best photographers located on our road trip between Connecticut and Detroit. They were shot cinéma vérité style. My camera set into a corner, capturing the action as it unfolded. The only instructions to the photographers: Lynn had to be called by her character's name.

I'm very proud of this film. It was made by a very small crew. At times I was the only person behind the camera (shooting, directing, doing sound), Lynn was the only person in front of it (also doing hair and makeup). The most crew members ever on set numbered 5 during the bar scenes, proof that a small collection of people who really know what they're doing can make a film look as good as a crew of 20 or 60 or more.

By ordering this DVD or renting/purchasing the film on a digital platform, you are supporting indie film the way it was meant to be. (This is not a $20 million dollar Hollywood version of "independent" cinema.) I truly think you'll find "Broken Side of Time" raw and heartbreaking, and Lynn's performance beautiful. Hopefully it's a film that will stay with you for a long long time. A film that you will return to, finding some deeper meaning each time you watch it. Spotting a shot that you somehow missed the first time around. One that now takes your breath away.

Thank you for coming along with us on this amazing ride.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Until next time...

Gorman Bechard director/editor/cinematographer, "Broken Side of Time"

P.S. The DVD edition on sale May 20, 2014, features a number of great EXTRAS, including: 5 extended unedited photo shoots, a bunch of deleted scenes, extended scenes, and some really funny blooper outtakes. Plus there's a featurette on how we created the look and feel of the film, and got it made on such a low budget using KickStarter.

Reviewed by sentene 8 / 10

Dark, depressing, thoughtful, guilty pleasure

This was a dark journey for the Dolce/Jane (Lynn Mancinelli) and the viewer is right there with her. You see her at her lowest, indulging in the vices a lifestyle with no center and sustained by illusion, smoke, and mirrors, provide. You experience her world, from her eyes, and together come to a realization that the ride must come to an end. So, one more trip down the rabbit hole. Only this time, not to stay, but to say, "goodbye". On the road for one more stab at all the things that made this her lifestyle of choice. Indulge in one more drug binge, one more casual sex encounter, one last great photoshoot. With each experience, she sheds her demons. In the end, there is redemption in coming home.

Reviewed by marcpal25 10 / 10

A Film That Explores Bravely

When I saw this movie at a festival in NYC last year I left deeply appreciative of how this production truly takes great advantage of the medium to do more than tell a story, but to leave a visceral impression, an experience of a lifestyle I knew very little about. Lynn Mancinelli's Dolce, an Alt model, is on a personal road to change, and the narrative is compelling (helped by an expert, understated performance by Mancinelli)- but what makes the film different most of all is how it somehow, by the time the film comes to its peaceful close, creates in the viewer the sensation of having experienced what it might like to be photographed so many times in one's life, in one's career - and how the clicking and flashing becomes a kind of battery. The beauty of the result of the photography is for the unknowing, anonymous viewer - but this film gets you inside the subject of such photography - not only on a level of empathy, but somehow, and I still can't really articulate how, on an internal level. I felt like I experienced something ironic, and that Bechard and these storytellers do a real service by bringing the unbeautiful hustle and poison in such an industry to the forefront. I like learning something about things when I watch a movie- and this really surprised me in a good way.

Read more IMDb reviews