Jack Essex ferries to 2018 from 1938 to halt the start of World War II. This film sets to do its thing, and then sticks to it. In terms of film experience, much of what I didn’t like was almost certainly intentional in imitating the films of that era. I am not a fan of such, but I can not blame the future of '38 for sticking with them. Most of the obvious visual comedy fell for me, but the film more than makes up for it and is worth watching alone just for the wonderful banter of the 1940s, especially with regard to the two presenters. This film turned out to be true and was deceptively distorted by a man sitting to watch with popcorn, telling you to compare what they got right. I am old enough to know how it was in the 50s and to recall the details of what we didn’t have compared to what we are doing now, but I thought that the film was honest only to find out that it was a big deception for the audience, I don’t like it; deceptiveness in this image is more than distorting actors and actresses, as they are sexually compared to what they are trying to be. I will not allow the film in my house, which projects a man as a woman or vice versa, confuses the viewer, and I will not allow John Dow to be a sex symbol, and then find out that he is really John Jane and that I have spent my money.