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  • 5 years ago

Groundhog Day was billed as a screwball romantic comedy when it was first released in 1993. Twenty years on, it’s now being described as a ‘profound work of metaphysics’. To us, it’s a film with an interesting cut on the future. The screenwriter of Groundhog Day is among our guests as we look at a clutch of films that explore different aspects of the future in surprising, and sometimes unexpected, ways.

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