July 9, 2015 by Laird
Creepy, romantic, and a bit unsettling in its implications.
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Nice twist. It seemed familiar at first in reference to Ground Hogs Day, but then…
That was AWESOME!!
Yes, it fits right in with GHD’s morbid implications…
Wonderful! I love how the scientist gets in on the act. And the reactions she has to the dead bodies it kind of brings home so much of the way we abstract over these sorts of issues with the “I’m not experiencing it so it can’t be all that bad” line of thinking.
Reblogged this on The Blood, The Glory and the Grace and commented:
I love how this little video brings to life a lot of the creepy implications of what it must be like to mess around with parallel universes to make time travel plots work.
And yet, it’s strangely romantic as Mr. Barron points out.
Awesome video. Like “Groundhog Day” but with a darker shade.
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