In 1941, music-loving sisters Thomasina and Martha Hanbury build a machine
called LOLA, which can intercept radio and TV broadcasts from the future.
Initially using it to become the first fans of David Bowie, as WWII
escalates the siblings deploy their precognition contraption in the
military intelligence fight against the Nazis. Cleverly constructed using
distressed B&W film stock, this playful first feature mixes fake
celluloid newsreels with genuine archive, plus sardonic synth-pop songs by
The Divine Comedy’s Neil Hannon.