Those things about us and our relationships that technology can’t touch.

“Pause of the Clock,” Chicago director Rob Christopher’s film about young adults who confront the struggle for identity and push the boundaries of trust, recently wrapped a production schedule that spanned almost two decades.

“It’s a film about friendship, secrets, and the power of stories,” says Christopher, who wrote the script during his own personal journey through the threshold of adulthood, when he was a teenage film student at Columbia College in the late ‘90s.

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