Do you believe in destiny?

Do you believe in soulmate?

Do you believe in love at first sight? In attraction and pheromones? Or that opposites do attract?

It could, it might. But can it last?

This month of February, Solar Pictures brings you an original modern love story that mixes the charm and wit of ‘Before Sunrise’ and ‘High Fidelity’ with the passion, beauty and heartbreak of ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ and ‘Garden State.’

“Comet” is a time-hopping relationship drama; an anti-rom com of sorts about falling in and out and in love again.

It is love story told in the most unconventional of ways. As the opening title card states; “it takes place over six years (a few parallel universes over)”

Written and directed by Sam Esmail, “Comet” stars Golden Globe nominee Emmy Rossum (“The Day After Tomorrow,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Mystic River”) and Justin Long (“Tusk” “Live Free or Die Hard,” “He’s Just Not That Into You”).

Kimberly (Rossum) and Dell (Long), initially meet at the Hollywood Forever cemetery where they've both come to watch a meteor shower. Kimberly is splendid and excellent; Dell is geeky and cynical, yet with an unbelievably sharp personality and the daringness to request Kim's number directly before her date. 

Later, he asks her with a challenge; "Do you put stock in affection? I don't. So we should put it under a magnifying glass. How about we date one another." 

Kim and Dell don't appear like the perfect pair, however by one means or another, they are infinitely attracted to one another and under a night sky, brilliant with falling stars, their epic adoration story starts. 

What begins as a regular sentiment rapidly turns dreamlike as the film crisscrosses here and there and then here again in time, inspecting their consequent six-year relationship: from their meteor shower experience in LA, a stupendous battle at a Paris inn room, a separation discussion after Dell moves to New York; reconnecting on a train ride; lastly, when Dell pops in on Kimberly suddenly in her home in the Hollywood Hills.

The cosmic forces brought them together but why does fate continue to break them apart?

“Comet” opens in cinemas nationwide on February 25, 2014 and is released by Solar Pictures.

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