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The Many Consequences of Time Travel According to Film

Including a thinly veiled metaphor about not touching yourself

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Time travel is a long-standing favourite of Hollywood, with everything from pop culture touchstones to independent darlings, and even record-breaking blockbuster juggernauts trying their hand at defying the very laws of nature.




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