A time machine is found and one guy in a special organization is appointed to have time-travelling to stop the terrorist attack. He is placed on his shoulder responsibility, truth, and hope to complete this task unless there are many people falling into the evil of terrorists.
Perhaps the best adaptation to date of a story written by science fiction legend Robert A. Heinlein. This is a very complex story and it is handled well by The Spierig Brothers, who co-wrote and co-directed the film.
A largely faithful adaptation of a 1958 Robert A. Heinlein short story, Michael and Peter Spierig's Predestination is a time-travel yarn that worked fine as a 13-page read, but as a film the time-bendy elements come across as sub-Primer at best.