In the movie In Time, people have modified genes so that they stop aging at 25. Does that also curb disease, or can they die from any sort of disease?
I've just watched the movie 'In Time' for the first... umm... time. One thing that surprised me was how easy it was for other people to steal someone's time. It merely took a handshake and some ...
In the movie "In Time" a person stops aging when they hit 25. At that point their "clock" starts ticking, and the person no longer ages, instead they suddenly die when their time runs out. How does ...
In the movie In Time, almost everything revolves around time, in fact it's the primary form of currency. Was the world always this way, or was there once a monetary system similar to what we use? If ...
In the movie In Time, people transfer time to each other just by gripping each others hands. It seems to have some sort of mental component as in one scene characters grip hands and have a battle of ...
In Time shows a world where time is currency. The film explains that on a person's 25th birthday, their clock "starts ticking", with one year on it. From that point forward, they can buy and sell ...