A man goes back in time to get his 10-year-old self to learn guitar, so he gets girls in the future.

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A man goes back in time to get his 10-year-old self to learn guitar, so he gets girls in the future.

Filmmaker Lucas Testro offers a fast-paced comedic take on time travel in this funny, raunchy crowd-pleaser of a movie.

Richard is striking out with the ladies left and right, no matter how hard he tries. Luckily, he lives in a world where time travel is as easy as a trip to the local hospital.

So he travels to his past, where he tries to force his 10-year-old self to learn guitar, all in an effort to make himself more irresistible to women. But little does he know that all his efforts will backfire on him, in the most unpredictable way.

‘I’m You, Dickhead’ is quick-witted, fast-moving comedy whose brisk director and breezy pace uses a familiar sci-fi element to unique effect and mines it for humor.

Add the human propensity to make mistakes — no matter how technologically advanced things get — and what results is a madcap and absurdist comedy that shows how we need to let go of the past before we can move ahead to the future. Or else we’re just doomed to repeat our mistakes, again and again and… again.

He travels to the past at 3:40…






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