The film has its own star, Sir Ian McKellen, although it only looks very fleeting in a cameo apparently shot in his own home. He plays the sinister Charles Marland-White, who runs the mysterious Research Center Quantum Wintsness, a strange depth establishment in the field, which has a resemblance that passes to the hotel overlooking the brightness.
Infinitum was clearly carried out in very limited resources and with a small launch. His ingenious team of husband and wife Mateo and Tori Butler-Hart have made almost all of themselves, both in front and behind the camera.
The story is fractured and initially difficult to follow, but on its own reduced path, the film (which is also being developed as a television series and graphic novel) is often atmospheric and chilling, with a feeling of threat.
There are strange scenes from Jane alone in the city, driving through the empty field or confronting her own Doppelgänger of her. The filmmakers launch the sudden striking assemblies of Rorschach, such as the ink plugs, and include a lot of rumble and threatening music in the soundtrack.