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In Time(2011)

In Time poster

In the not-too-distant future the aging gene has been switched off. To avoid overpopulation, time has become the currency and the way people pay for luxuries and necessities. The rich can live forever, while the rest try to negotiate for their immortality. A poor young man who comes into a fortune of time, though too late to help his mother from dying. He ends up on the run from a corrupt police force known as 'time keepers'.

Director(s)
Andrew Niccol
Writer(s)
Release Date
Producer(s)
Marc Abraham
Eric Newman
Andrew Niccol
Language English
Genres ActionThrillerScience Fiction
Runtime 1 hours, 49 minutes
Budget $40,000,000.00
Revenue $173,930,596.00
Production Regency EnterprisesStrike EntertainmentNew Regency Pictures
Homepage http://www.intimemovie.com/

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