In Time

In Time
In Time

Year

2011

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

This science fiction thriller envisages a future where time is money - quite literally. The draconian elite of the day have manipulated human DNA to stop people ageing after their 25th birthday. That somewhat attractive possibility is undercut by the grisly fact that you will die on that anniversary… unless you have the money to pay for more time. Whilst the rich can afford to live forever, the rest must work endlessly to earn a few extra months of life. We explore this world through Will Salas (played by Justin Timberlake) - a poor young man who inherits a fortune of time and decides to dedicate every second to unbuckling the rigid, firmly enforced system.

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12 Classification

This film contains moderate violence and one use of strong language.

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