11:14 was a captivating and unique, fast paced film. I really enjoyed the way the film was set up, with layer and layers that continued to get more and more complex as the film continued. I like how all of the different characters of the film were so interconnected, although the connections were hard to see at first. I also thought it was really brilliant how each consecutive section of the film started earlier than the section before it. I liked how the film seemed to be fixed on a time and place, an events, rather than any one particular character. In fact, the most central character, Cheri, was the last character to be introduced. I really enjoyed the plot and production of the film and thought it was interesting deviation from the usual linear approach taken by film makers.