Description : On Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras in New Orleans, ferry Sen. Alvin T. Stumpf is carrying hundreds of U.S. Navy sailors and their families from the Algiers dock to a celebration, when it explodes and sinks into the river, killing at least 543 on board. Special Agent Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is sent to investigate the explosion and discovers evidence that the attack was committed by a domestic terrorist. On arrival at the scene he hears the song "Don't Worry Baby" by the Beach Boys on the radio. After surveilling the wreckage he calls his vacationing partner, with whom he had been having disputes, and simultaneously hears a ring tone; the ringing is coming from a body bag nearby. Doug leaves a message then hangs up. He then meets with the investigating police officers and U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Paul Pryzwarra (Val Kilmer), and informs them of his findings. Back at his office, Doug learns about a charred body pulled from the river, that of a Claire Kuchever (Paula Patton). However, unlike the other bodies found in the river, this one was discovered to have been killed before the explosion. Claire appears to be in her early thirties, and has several fingers missing, (seemingly having been torn off), is wearing a floral red striped dress and half of her body is burned. At the station, a clerk gives him the number of a woman with a "sexy voice" that had called earlier asking for him, a number that he proceeded to write down on a gum wrapper. Doug returns the call, but is forced to also leave a message.
Pryzwarra is impressed with Doug's detective expertise, and convinces him to join a newly formed government-funded detective unit whose first case is to investigate the explosion. With a team led by scientist Dr. Alexander Denny (Adam Goldberg), they investigate the events leading up to the explosion by using a new program called "Snow White", which enables them to look into the past (4 days, 6 hours, 3 minutes, 45 seconds, 14.5 nanoseconds) in detail. The system is limited in that they can only see past events once; there is no fast forwarding or rewinding, although they can record what they see. Convinced that Claire is a vital link to the case, Doug persuades the team to focus on her. While investigating Claire's past through "Snow White", the bomber calls her to try and purchase her car to use to blow up the ferry. Although he decides not to purchase her car, during the phone call the "Snow White" team is able to discover an exact time and place where they know the terrorist will be.
Doug eventually discovers "Snow White" is actually a time window, and is also capable of sending inanimate objects into the past. Despite Denny's protests against tampering with the past, Doug has the team send a note back in time to inform his past self of the time and place to meet and stop the ferry bomber. The team sends the note back to the very last moment Doug and his partner Larry Minuti were arguing prior to his trip. To the team's dismay, past Doug leaves the room before seeing the note and Larry sees it first. Larry checks up on the lead and while confronting the terrorist is shot through his car door. The team attempt to follow the terrorist, who takes Minuti with him, but he goes out of range of "Snow White", Doug then follows him in the present time using a "Snow White" like helmet that increases the range. Doug follows the terrorist to his home, a large shack on the Louisiana riverfront, after regaining consciousness.
Using face recognition technology, the ferry bomber is identified and taken into custody. He turns out to be a disillusioned man named Carroll Oerstadt (James Caviezel), who is angry at the U.S. government after being turned down for enlistment by the Marine Corps and Army, who believed he was overcommitted and psychologically unstable. Convinced that the case is now closed, the government shuts down the "Snow White" unit's investigation. Despite the killer being caught, Claire and the ferry victims remain dead, which is unsettling to Doug considering the "Snow White" team presents an opportunity to alter history. Doug convinces Denny to do one last unauthorized experiment: send Doug to the past to save Claire and stop the ferry bombing. The procedure is risky, as until then no human had been sent through, and doing so could mean death to the time traveler. Against all odds, he survives the trip, and travels in a stolen ambulance to Oerstadt's home, crashing into the side of the shack just as Oerstadt is about to remove Claire's fingers and burn her. He drives Oerstadt away after blowing up the house with gas and then escapes with Claire in Oerstadt's SUV and make a stop at Claire's apartment so Doug can tend to his wounds from a gunshot Oerstadt gave him. When they arrive he asks for specific items, mentioning clothes in her closet and belonged to an ex-boyfriend he thought he could wear. After she returns from getting changed, Doug notices she is wearing the red striped dress she was found dead in after the bombing, and suggests she wear something else. She pulls a gun on him, believing him to be a creeper, but after calling his agency to find his true identity, she drops the gun and willingly goes to help him. Unbeknownst to both of them, the clerk at ATF having taken her call, writes down her number on a gum wrapper, indicating that although her death may have been altered, the path to the bombing is playing out as precisely as before.
Doug goes to the ferry dock and waits for the right moment to board the ferry and attempt to disarm the bomb. He asks Claire to stay behind and alert security of a possible threat, but after Oerstadt finds his own SUV parked outside, he runs back to the ferry, thinking that Claire is following him. While the US Navy band plays "When the Saints Go Marching In", Claire jumps onto the ferry hoping to warn Doug, who is searching for her vehicle. Oerstadt is killed after a brief stand-off between himself and Doug, who is also trying to save Claire, now gagged and bound at the wheel of her vehicle with the bomb in the back. To save everyone on the ferry, Doug and Claire drive the SUV with the bomb off the ferry into the water just before it explodes. Claire is able to escape, but Doug is unable to get out before the bomb explodes and dies in the underwater explosion. As Claire mourns Doug's death, she is approached by another Doug Carlin, the one from the present, who consoles her. As they drive off, the Beach Boys' song "Don't Worry Baby", which had played at the beginning of the film and at the end before they drive the car off the boat, plays again on the radio.
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