How would you like to live in a world in which the aging stops at 25? A world where everybody has flawless complexion, the body of a 25-year-old, and you, your sister, and your daughter look identical.
If that sounds unappealing, then you wouldn't want to live in the world of Justin Timberlake's new movie, In Time, which opened in theaters Friday.
The new sci-fi thriller portrays a futuristic society in which people stop aging at 25. They are programmed to live only one more year -- unless they can buy their way out. That means the rich are basically immortal, while those who are low down on the socio-economic ladder have to fight for every minute to stay alive.
As Amanda Seyfried literally does stiletto sprints against the clock, the film suggests that greater longevity would create a terrifying society. At Huff/Post50, we flat out disagree, and we want you to help us prove the movie wrong.
If life had stopped when you were 25, what's the best thing you would have missed out on? Let us know in the comments below.
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