If you’re looking for a feel-good movie with a little quantum twist, check out The Map of Tiny Perfect Things on Amazon (and then join me to talk about it on September 15). 

I was pleasantly surprised by this multidimensional romp into fourth-dimensional space-time. I love a good time-travel or alternate -dimension movie, and this was a lighthearted but profoundly deep movie that is worth a watch. 

In a plot similar to Groundhog Day, the teenage Mark is reliving the same day over and over again. Eventually he is surprised to find Margaret, who seems to be the only other person in town experiencing the temporal anomaly. As they try to figure out how to stop the loop, Margaret isn’t sure she wants the next day to come. 

With references to Doctor Who and timey-wimey stuff, bits of information and ideas about fourth dimensional reality are revealed in a playful way, making us wonder about the nature of time and how we choose to spend it. 

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is a touching movie about the little moments of life that make it worth living. 

Sign up for the free Multidimensional Book & Movie Exploration on September 15.

Watch The Map of Tiny Perfect Things and then  join Rebecca on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. Central to dive into the fourth dimensional ideas in this movie.