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Time-travel films

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    • found: Work cat.: Tangsin, kŏgi issŏ chullaeyo, 2017(a film featuring time travel; summary: Soo-hyun comes across magical pills that allow him to go back and forth in time. 30 years earlier, a young Soo-hyun meets his future self and learns that his girlfriend will soon die because of him. In order to save her, the two Soo-hyuns try to change the past, but a completely new and unexpected past is formed, which leads to a new future.)
    • found: López, D. Films by genre, ©1993(under Science Fiction Film: Time Travel Films. One of the pet subjects of science fiction is to be able to displace oneself in time in order to observe the past or the future; Examples: World Without End; The Time Machine; The Time Travellers; Time After Time; The Final Countdown; Terminator; Back to the Future; Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home; Time Trackers)
    • found: Time travel in popular media, 2015:p. 40 (Time travel films) p. 168 (cinema's most iconic time travel films, such as The Terminator (1984), Back to the Future (1985), and The Time Machine (1960))
    • found: Liquid metal : the science fiction film reader, 2007:p. 115 (time travel-based science fiction films) p. 116 (Since 1979, there has been a proliferation of time travel films, including Time After Time (1979), Somewhere in Time (1980), The Final Countdown (1980), Time Bandits (1981), Timerider (1983), Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), The Philadelphia Experiment (1984), The Terminator (1984), Trancers (1985), Back to the Future (1985), My Science Project (1985), the made-for-television movies The Blue Yonder (1986) and Outlaws (1986), and, most recently, Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), Flight of the Navigator (1986) and Star Trek IV (1987))
    • found: A time travel dialogue, 2014:p. 10 (time-travel films)
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