2013, Darren Paul Fisher (Inbetweeners) -- Netflix
Its a Romeo & Juliet story between low frequency Zak and high, very high frequency Marie. But he is desperate to overcome the barrier, is terribly smart and spends much of his youth studying frequencies and experimenting during the one minute of time that they can be near each other, before things start to go kaflooie... yes, that is a scientific term. Not only does he have to overcome science, but also emotion, for the side effect of high frequency is low emotion.
There is a bit of Paul Thomas Anderson here, a bit of Wes Anderson in how Fisher made this movie. Its small, quirky and deliberately set in a world just left of centre from ours. I would like to be as impressed with the movie, as much as Rotten Tomatoes is, but I felt it was just cute. It had a good centre but didn't really draw me in. Perhaps it is overshadowed by the other movie, or perhaps it was my underwhelment, that allowed such to happen.