Presage is a film by Nicolas Cage, which I recommend to visitors of this blog who are passionate about lat / long coordinates.
I don't expect to tell you the story because interest is lost but basically it is a fucking sheet of numbers that a girl in the sixties writes and that are placed in a time capsule. 50 years later it is opened, and Nicolas, who is a professor of cartography, begins to check if they make any logical sense relying on the internet and online map services.
It is interesting that the numbers correspond to a list that includes the latitude, longitude, date and number of deaths of major accidents in the last 50 years, some of which are about to happen ... and they happen!
The special effects are great, but the suspense that certainly has a high degree of cosmological sense, for those who understand that dimension is very interesting.
In the end it leaves a strong impact, which will depend on the religious point of view of the viewer. The critics shoot it, but I recommend it, instead of going to sleep watching the night of the museum.