Imagine the world is already familiar with time travel and regular people like you and I are allowed go to Time Travel Clinics to go back into our past and rectify small things that we regret, like saying goodbye to parents. Our dude, Richard, decides to go back into his part to a time when he was 10, and advise his younger self to learn to play the guitar. That, he thinks will solve his present problem of not being able to impress women enough to date them.
But time travel is always messy, right? You have watched Back to The Future, and you’ve heard our nerdy friends in The Big Bang Theory debate endlessly about the problems that are impossible to avoid in a time-travel scenario. Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban warns Harry about not allowing confrontation between his past and future selves. This problem is exactly what this film underlines and makes a comedy out of.
Australian filmmaker Lucas Testro has made several popular TV programmes and films for teens and young adults. I’m You, Dickhead has played in some of the biggest genre and pop culture destinations in the world, such as San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, and the Fantasia Film Festival.