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Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff (Character)
from Donnie Darko (2001)

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Donnie Darko -- A delusional high school student is visited by a demonic rabbit with eerie visions of the past - and deadly predictions for the future.
Donnie Darko -- Director's Cut

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  1. Donnie Darko (2001) Played by Noah Wyle
    ... aka "Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut" - USA (director's cut)

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From Donnie Darko (2001)
Donnie: [Talking about portals through space-time] Well, could these portals, um... Could these portals just appear anywhere, anytime?
Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: I think that's highly unlikely. No, I think what you're talking about is an act of God.
Donnie: Well, if God controls time, then all time is pre-decided.
Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: I'm not following you.
Donnie: Every living thing follows along a set path. And if you could see your path or channel, then you could see into the future, right? Like, uh... It's a form of time travel.
Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: Well, you're-you're contradicting yourself there, Donnie. If we were able to see our destinies manifest themselves visually, then we would be given a choice to betray our chosen destinies. And the mere fact that this choice exists would make all preformed destiny, uh, come to an end.
Donnie: Not if you travel within God's channel.
Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: Um, I'm not going to be able to continue this conversation.
Donnie: Why?
Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: I could lose my job.
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