Amanda Seyfried, star of one of my top romantic comedy guilty pleasures (Letters to Juliet), teams with Justin Timberlake in the futuristic drama In Time.

Directed by Andrew Niccol, the filmmaker behind the first rate features Gattaca and Lord of War (and the 2002 disappointment Simone), gives us a world where time is literally of the essence.  The rich literally get to live as immortals, while the poor must use time as a currency in order to live with the barest of necessities.

Seyfried explains why In Time’s theme has a resonance with today’s social and economic climate:

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In Time, co-starring Olivia Wilde and Cillian Murphy, opens October 28th.

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