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Source Code
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Year

2011

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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202 Reviews

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Synopsis

This slick action thriller of mistaken identities and high stakes under ticking clocks sees an American soldier wake up to find himself in another person’s body - and on a mission unlike anything he's faced before... Thrust into a government experiment in which he's given the ability to cross over into other people's identities for the last eight minutes of their lives, he must use these tiny windows of time to find a terrorist before the bomber hits his next huge target. Filled with clever, mind-bending twists and taut with suspense, it's an exhilarating ride.

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12 Classification

Contains some moderate violence, including some disturbing scenes and occasional strong language.

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