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‘Voyage of Time’ is Terrence Malick’s ode to life

Film offers an artistic take on science

4:38pm, October 7, 2016
Earth’s atmosphere

IN THE END Voyage of Time chronicles the universe’s history and looks ahead to future events, such as the aging sun stripping away Earth’s atmosphere (depicted here).

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Condensing billions and billions and billions of years into a 45-minute film is a tall order. But director Terrence Malick took on the challenge with Voyage of Time. The film, now playing in IMAX theaters, surveys the 13.8-billion-year history of the universe and even looks eons into the future when we — life on Earth, the planet and the entire solar system — are gone.

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