‘Aporia’ Trailer: Judy Greer Grapples With Changing The Past In New Sci-Fi Drama

If there’s anything we learned from everyone’s favorite movie, the beloved global blockbuster The Flash, it’s that you shouldn’t fuck with the past. Only bad things can come from trying to fix the terrible things that make us who we are. And it’s a lesson that Judy Greer has to grapple with in Aporia, a sci-fi drama set to make its world premiere at Fantasia Fest.

Written and directed by Jared Moshé (The Ballad of Lefty Brown), the film finds Greer as a mother struggling to cope with the death of her husband in a car accident. When the chance to fix what happened and get back her life arises, she must grapple with the inevitably awful consequences.

Greer is mostly known for her comedic work, but she has long since proven herself an excellent dramatic actress. She’s joined in the cast by Payman Maadi, Faithe Herman, and Edi Gathegi who was just cast in Superman: Legacy.

Aporia opens in theaters on August 11th.


Travis Hopson
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