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10:30:21 AM Jun 13th 2012

Immortality was split into subtropes. Types are no longer acceptable to use. Type II became Age Without Youth, however, it was frequently misused for Type VI, which became The Ageless. there is not enough context here to tell which was meant.

Please read Zero-Context Example and return this example to the page with the correct subtrope and enough context to be a good example.

10:35:39 PM Feb 11th 2011

I'm so glad someone else has finally contributed to this page(and done such a stellar job of it)! I rented this movie and the day after I watched it, bought it. Very few films have ever become one of my all-time favourites so fast. It's like it was made for me, incredibly so. Glad it was apparently made for someone else too. I've been making it my mission to recommend this to everyone in the meantime.
05:59:16 AM Sep 9th 2011
Also, am I the only one who thinks this movie needs a WMG page?

It's an all-time favorite of mine too, but there are still things that don't make sense to me: - possibly, the old man exists only in the child's vision of the future, and is the result of one of the many possible life paths he could have taken. It doesn't matter which life leads to the old man, because to the child sees all the paths as equally real (and equally unreal). But then what of the final scene where the universe goes in reverse? - What about the scenes in the dreamscape, where he speaks to the television? where do they fit?
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