Most of the stuff available for Netflix streaming aren't very good, but this was an acceptation. I'm surprised this one got past me. I don't remember it in the theaters. It must've been a limited release. It kind of reminds me of Elysium. Two worlds, the one on top has it good, the one down below is cruddy. Two star crossed lovers from each side come together against all odds, like a futuristic Romeo and Juliet. The most interesting part of the movie is the rules of gravity. If you come from below you are pulled to that side and if you were born above you are pulled to that side. There is a company called Tri-corp that both side go to work, so you see people walking right-side up and upside down or visa versa or what-ever. It's really weird and cool how they do it. Even objects from each side are pulled to the side of their origin. The visuals are pretty cool. At one point, Jim Sturgess has weights weighing him down to the top side and when he takes them off he flies up into the air and lands in the ocean on the other side. It's a really neat looking effect. Kirsten Dunst plays his true love from the other side, whom he meet as a child on a mountain top where they could see each other upside down from each other. It's hard to describe. You really need to see it just to see what I mean. There's a scene in a restaurant where some of the couples are dancing on the floor and some are dancing on the ceiling. That would be so funky to live in a word like that. The love story between the two is beautiful and heart warming. It's such an honest innocent love. Jim Sturgess is just great. I just love him and he does a great American accent, which doesn't surprise me.