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Summary: Shuffle is the tale of a man who begins experiencing his life out of order; every day he wakes up at a different age, on a different day of his life, never knowing where or when heís going to be once he falls asleep. Heís terrified and wants it to stop Ė until he notices a pattern in his experience, and works to uncover why this is happening to him Ė and what or who is behind it. (Shufflethemovie.com)
The execution perhaps didnít quite live up to the cool concept, but it was still really nice. It certainly went to places I didnít expect. It did feel slightly amateurish at times, and I didnít really see why it was presented in black and white. However, these are relatively minor complaints in a really heartfelt film with a lot of emotion. I enjoyed it.
This is not a "Memento" remake or knockoff. Several members of the cast, including T.J. Thyne, are supporting actors on "Bones", but don't let that turn you off. They get to spread their wings here. Paula Rhodes, a walk on in her first female lead, nails the role of Grace. Kurt Kuenne even wrote the excellent score--some people CAN do it all. Shot in color, but effectively presented in b&w.
Shuffle is the indie film community's answer to Benjamin Button. Not like Benjamin Button was much of a question, albeit this was a pretty good answer for an indie film! Great concept, a man living his life out of sequence, ultimately though cut down in the end by the need to bring it all together with a trite ending.