The 2014 independent feature film Movement + Location from the husband and wife creative team Alexis and Bodine Boling.
Kim Getty is an immigrant from 400 years in the future, sent back in time to live out an easier life. It’s a one-way trip of difficult isolation, but in the three years since she landed, Kim has built a life that feels almost satisfying. She has a full time job, shares an apartment with a roommate, and is falling in love.
But when she stumbles on a teenage girl who is also from the future, Kim’s remade sense of self is tested. After the girl leads Kim to her long-lost husband, now 20 years older than her and maladjusted to this time, Kim’s carefully designed identity begins to unravel.
In addition to acting, Haile is a data scientist and theoretical physicist. In this interview, he discusses his character's interest in homeless outreach and the scientific accuracy of how the film depicts time travel.