A married couple in their mid-30s (Anna Camp, Justin Chatwin) bump into their teen selves (Isabelle Fuhrman, Kyle Allen) at the hotel where they fell in love on prom night. Written and directed by Minhal Baig, this romantic fantasy works on a conceptual level, but not in execution; the younger actors don’t look, sound, or behave much like their older counterparts. Some of the acting is terrific—”Are you someone’s mom?” the younger woman asks the older when they meet in a public bathroom, and the way Camp’s face crumples is heartbreaking—but the performers fight a rambling script that focuses on repetitive arguments between the pairs of lovers instead of the reasons the couple might have come together in the first place.