Imagine for yourself, a camera that doesn't capture the image in front of it, instead, it captures an image from the future. No, it's not the twilight zone, it's just a simple apartment complex. When one of the tenants seems to disappear, the manager must investigate. Upon investigation, something is found that changes everything, a camera, but a camera unlike any other. The manager and his roommates soon realize that the camera has been focused primarily on them... but... why? The deeper they search, the more they find out information about information they didn't even know they wanted to know. When one of them comes up with a way to capitalize off of this, they all jump on board with high hopes. What they cannot see is the consequences of their newfound fortune. One by one, they each begin to turn on one another, leaving destruction and heartache in their paths... What will become of them? What will become of the camera? What will the future hold? This story seems intriguing at first, the idea of seeing into the future is what many only dream of and they get to experience it. What is truly unfortunate is that as it's told, the string that holds the idea together begins to unravel... As do their lives. It is ultimately an interesting tale that feels like a retro sci-fi flick. Take it and enjoy it for what it is but there just isn't anything to take away from it.