In a world that is not quite here and not quite now, a young boy (Isaac-Newton 'Zac') and girl (Marie-Curie) meet. However, in this world this simple fact should not be possible. In this world human frequency has been discovered. If you are high frequency, you are born lucky – you will have natural ‘timing’ and always be in the right place at the right time. If you are low frequency every natural law will conspire against you. Marie is super-high frequency, Zak is ultra-low. Nature should ensure that they never cross paths. Yet they do. Every year they get to spend exactly one minute together before nature dramatically intervenes. Over the years it becomes an obsession for Zak to change his frequency and be with Marie. What he discovers may allow him to realise his dream, but will change everything we know about ourselves and our destinies, forever. Frequencies is a dystopian love story that critics are calling “fiercely intelligent” - The New York Times, “wildly original” - Indiewire, and teeming with “the political heft of 1984 or Brave New World” -The Hollywood Reporter.
Starring Daniel Fraser, Eleanor Wyld, Owen Pugh
Director Darren Paul Fisher