A man grows up and continues to use a radio. Ends up talking to what turns out to be his dad, in the past. Talks his dad into not doing a risky firefighting thing, saving his life and changing time.
I've watched this a couple of times. This was one of the pushes to make me an archivist. I recalled only bits of this movie, and ended up drawing all the memories together and learned to search this new "internet" fad for bits and lists and references, and then figured out how to get it.
I got it! I have a used disk that's missing everything else.
It always bothered me how bright blue the kid's eyes are, but how less so the adult's eyes are.
- 25:10 -- The hand of a skeleton would presumably not be all intact and connected and bouncy when brushed. Boo.
- 31:50 -- Aren't we looking through a door which had a pane cracked earlier?
- 42:10 -- That's a colour photograph. From the 60s?
- The movie can be safely ended here after the rescue of his dad =)
1:13:00 -- Dragging someone in after 30 years is. Uh. Wrong. There's a statute of limitation is there not?
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Describes that firefighters rely on their intuition.