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O'Donnell, Tim (BOSI) Tim.O'Donnell at bankofscotland.ie
Fri Feb 6 06:34:02 PST 2009

Up until I saw it the film with the best thought out timeline I had seen had to be Back to the Future.  I know it may seem like a kid's film but they really thought through their timelines.
While we are on the subject of films that tie in with Wolfe, did anyone think of the short story EyeBeEm when watching the Spielberg film AI?
I know alot of people hated that film but I thought it was great!  And such a grim ending (especially for Spielberg!).
brunians at brunians.org 
> May have been mentioned here before but has anyone seen the film "Primer"?
> All about time loops and whatnot, it is not amazing but a fan of Wolfe may
> enjoy untangling the various strands laid down.

It is a truly remarkable film. You have to pay attention.

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