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GenreScience Fiction
Screenplay byChristopher Leone
Story byLaura Harkcom
Christopher Leone
Directed byChristopher Leone
StarringMark Hapka
Jessica Rothe
Eric Jungmann
Constance Wu
Theme music composerCorey Allen Jackson
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producersLaura Harkcom
Christopher Leone
ProducersDavid Brooks
Devin Ward (line producer)
CinematographyBryce Fortner
EditorsIan Duncan
Thomas Verrette
Running time83 minutes
Production companyZero Day Fox
DistributorZero Day Fox[1]
Original networkNetflix[2][3]
Original release

Parallels is a 2015 American science-fiction adventure film, originally conceived as a television pilot, derived from a story by Christopher Leone and Laura Harkcom.[2]Mark Hapka, Jessica Rothe, Eric Jungmann, and Constance Wu star as people who are thrown into alternate Earths that range from subtly different to post-apocalyptic. It was released in March 2015 on the Netflix streaming service.[4] It was announced on November 16, 2016 that Neil Gaiman would be collaborating with Christopher Leone and Albert Kim to adapt the teaser/trailer film into a TV series, titled 'The Building'.[5] However, to date no further information about the TV series has been released since 2016 and the project appears to have been cancelled.[6]


Ronan and Beatrix each receive a message from their father, Alex, who requests they meet him. Curious, they separately converge at their father's house, where they find him missing, though Ronan recovers a strange, ball-shaped device. When Harry, Beatrix's friend, arrives, he joins them in their attempts to locate their father despite Ronan's dislike for him. Harry, a public defender, suggests that they contact the police. However, Captain Stone can offer little help to them, as they have no evidence of wrongdoing. He directs them to the building Alex described and tells them that it is abandoned.[3]

The three find the building empty and covered in graffiti that describes alternate timelines and histories. Initially dismissive of the seemingly nonsensical graffiti, they discover that the building has transported them to an alternate Earth devastated by nuclear blasts. When they see a roving patrol shoot down pedestrians, they flee back into the building, where they meet Polly. Polly, a traveler between worlds, explains that the building transports anyone within it to a new, random world if they return to it in exactly 36 hours. In hostile worlds such as the one in which they currently reside, she suggests that they stay inside the building and not interact with the locals. The group sleeps to pass the time.

They are woken by an armed patrol, who take them to meet the leader of the local settlement. Polly takes charge and convinces him that they are merely confused travelers. Recognizing Captain Stone as their leader, Harry thanks him for his help. Stone, suddenly distrustful of outsiders who know both his name and former occupation, takes them hostage and orders Tinker, the local surgeon and gadget-man, to interrogate them. Tinker shows them footage of a terrorist attack via suitcase nuke, and Ronan and Beatrix are horrified to recognize their father as the perpetrator.

Ronan breaks free, knocks Tinker unconscious and frees the others. Desperate for revenge against Alex, Tinker sets off with his own suitcase nuke to destroy the building. The group returns to the building just in time to escape the blast and transport to the next world, though they do not know that Tinker transports with them. This world is technologically advanced, and the group splits up to learn more about both it and Alex. Ronan and Polly explore Alex's house, which turns out to be empty. Ronan reveals that he blames himself for his mother's death, and Polly seems confused when he jokingly quotes slang from her world back to her. Ronan shows her the device he found earlier, and she says that it could only be from the 'core world' where the building was constructed. They flee the house when they find a hidden warning and a team of assassins attack them.

Dec 17, 2020 Parallels Desktop 16 for M1 Mac Technical Preview Forum. Windows 10 ARM Network Failure To Initialize. VHDX download not recognized by Parallels Installation. Access Windows Applications, Desktops, or Data on Any Device. Parallels ® Client is a lightweight software that enables end-users to securely access virtual applications and desktops from Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, Google Chromebook and any HTML5 web browser. Go to the virtual machine's configuration Hardware Network Source Shared Network (Recommended) option should be set by default. If you have already got a Shared network set but still experience network issues in Windows switch it to Bridged Network: Default Adapter and verify if the internet is working in any of these modes. Is a developer of desktop and server virtualization software. Released on June 15, 2006, it was the first software product to bring mainstream virtualization to Macintosh computers utilizing the Apple–Intel architecture (earlier software products ran PC software in an emulated environment).

Beatrix and Harry discover, that in this world he is a wealthy and corrupt corporate lawyer. They hack into his computer and learn that this world's Alex was killed in an accident and Ronan apparently never existed. Harry sends evidence of his double's wrongdoing to the media, and they return to the building, where they find that Tinker has apparently taken Ronan and Polly hostage. Beatrix threatens to kill Tinker, but Ronan convinces her to allow Tinker to use an invention that hacks into the building. Impressed with the device, Alex reveals himself after stepping out from a secure elevator. Alex directs Tinker to the top floor of the building, where he says Tinker will find answers.

Once Tinker leaves, Alex tells his children that he and their mother were not born on what they perceived as their home world. Tinker returns from the elevator, yelling to them not to trust Alex, and Alex shoots and kills Tinker. Alex leaves the building after telling Ronan and Beatrix that they must find their mother, who they insist is dead, in order to return to the core world. After the building transports them once again, three different versions of Polly convene in secret and two of them play rock-paper-scissors to presumably determine who will accompany the rest of the group into the next world.


  • Mark Hapka as Ronan Carver
  • Jessica Rothe as Beatrix Carver
  • Eric Jungmann as Harry
  • Constance Wu as Polly
  • Yorgo Constantine as Alex Carver
  • Michael Monks as Tinker
  • Davi Jay as Stone
  • Michael Scott as Clerk


  1. ^Thompson, Luke Y. (2015-02-26). 'Trailer for Fox Digital's Parallels Looks Like a Fan-Made 'Gritty Reboot' of Sliders'. Archived from the original on 2015-02-28. Retrieved 2015-03-06.
  2. ^ abcFrancisco, Eric (2015-03-03). 'Geekscape Reviews: 'Parallels' is a Phenomenal TV Pilot, Frustrating Movie'. Geekscape. Archived from the original on 2015-03-15. Retrieved 2015-03-06.
  3. ^ abPatel, Sahil (2015-02-27). 'Netflix Picks Up New Fox Digital Studio Movie 'Parallels''. Video Ink. Archived from the original on 2018-06-17.
  4. ^Brooks, Summer (March 16, 2015). 'Reviewing Parallels'. Slice of SciFi. Archived from the original on 2015-03-22. Retrieved 19 March 2015.
  5. ^Busch, Anita (November 16, 2016). 'Fox Developing Fantasy Drama Series 'The Building' From Neil Gaiman & Angry Films'. Archived from the original on 2016-11-17. Retrieved November 16, 2016.
  6. ^Christopher Leone [@ChristophrLeone] (2020-05-05). 'We set it up as a pilot at Fox Network but it didn't happen. I still hope to do more with it one of these days' (Tweet) – via Twitter.

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