By Emilio Martin (email@example.com)
The ticket takes the form of an antique and slightly oversized movie ticket. Any usher will accept it and let the user enter (no roll required), breaking it in two. The user, with his ticket half in hand, can use the screen to "step sideways" into an umbral domain wich contains the movie reality (any movie's reality!). The characters and creatures are ephemera, of course, but as any ephemera of the Umbra they firmly believe to be whoever they are, and their characteristics and powers are real enough to kill. If the PCs are in the location where the main action takes place (and in line of sight of the camera) they will appear on screen. The public is not affected by the Delirium this way. No camera, lights or filming equipment can be found inside the movie; it's a consistent reality (though events can be illogical, if the screenplay says so).
The possiblity of entering and exiting lasts while the movie is being projected, though time inside it passes as real time, with no meltings in black nor "10 years after" label. If someone gets trapped in the movie, she will have to wait until it is projected again (only theatrical exhibitions work), or a sequel is released. Meanwhile she will live inside the movie's domain. But she will be able to exit only after spending the time the sequel takes place after the previous story (i.e., between "Alien" and "Aliens" have passed 57 years, although in the real world only passed 7 years, though luck).
At ST's discretion, a movie object or character taken out may or may not remain after projection is finished. Do what is more interesting for the story (and don't allow PCs to steal a Hunter Killer from The Terminator!).
The activation roll works as an step sideways roll for entering the Umbra (look the time chart), but using the screen of a movie being projected as a mirror and entering directly into the movie's domain. If a character gets the ticket, she can try to use it to escape, but the less human looking she is, the harder it will be to pass through the screen.