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A Time-Travel Experiment Works All Too Well In Sci-Fi Short The Constant

Video. In a makeshift lab, a trio of brainiac students argue over their time-travel device. The sceptic on the team has her doubts -- not that the invention will work, but whether they should be mucking around with time in the first place. Ben Tedesco's The Constant feels a bit talky at first, but the payoff is well worth it. You may find yourself watching it twice. More »      
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