After turning 21, Tim finds out that the men in his family have the ability to travel through time. Even though he cannot alter the course of History, he can still change the events of his life. So he decides to go back in time and get a girlfriend. That's when he meets Mary, with whom he falls in love. However, temporal relations are not that easy to handle and Tim ends up erasing the timeline in which he'd met Mary. Now, he must deal with his powers and accept that they cannot protect him from life's shortcomings. Directed by the screenwriter of Notting Hill.
Born in New Zealand, in 1956. He created, along with Rowan Atkinson, the character of Mr. Bean. He has written memorable films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), for which he was nominated for an Oscar; Notting Hill (1999); Bridget Jones' Diary (2001); and War Horse (2011). His directorial debut came with Love, Actually (2003). His second film was the musical comedy Pirate Radio (2009).