Frequencies is a 2013 independent British science fiction romance film directed and written by Darren Paul Fisher. The film stars Daniel Fraser, Eleanor Wyld, and Owen Pugh. The film takes place in a world where human worth and emotional connections are determined by set "frequencies". In a world where relationship, connections, and life worth is determined by predestined "frequencies", Isaac-Newton Midgeley, known as Zak, is a low born that attempts to change his fate by attempting to start a relationship with high born savant, Marie-Curie Fortune. Despite teachers and parents telling Zak that Marie and he are opposites which will never attract, Zak attempts throughout his youth to court Marie with no success. Marie, being of high frequency, is unable to feel emotion; however, her goal is to feel love. Zak's friend, Theo, attempts to help Zak raise his frequency, a feat claimed to be impossible. During his teenage years, Zak uses magnets and other methods with no avail.