The Twilight Zone (2002–2003)
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A man who is suffering from blackouts discovers that someone is temporarily possessing his body who is somehow involved in an assassination.

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Zack Walker
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Maria Hernández
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Mei Ling
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Wu Shan (as Stephen M.D. Chang)
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Carl Taggart (as Nathaniel Deveaux)
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Dark-Suited Man
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A man who is suffering from blackouts discovers that someone is temporarily possessing his body who is somehow involved in an assassination.

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9 October 2002 (Canada)  »

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The title refers to the cinematography technique of taking one frame at a very slow rate and playing it back at the normal rate thus seeing what passes over a long period of time quickly. See more »

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Forest Whitaker - Host: [closing narration] Two lives have been exchanged to save one young woman, making Zack Walker the most unlikely of heroes. Unfortunately, Zack will never know why it had to be this way because the answer only resides in the Twilight Zone.
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Another Poor Sucker Pays a Price for Nothing
7 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Once again a man is put in a position of powerlessness. He is taking care of a man who has been shot in the head. As he walks down the halls of the hospital where he works, he moves suddenly to a hotel room in Portland. During the rest of the episode, he has these constant shifts in space. At every juncture there is a gun present and we are led to believe that he is part of an effort to kill the President's daughter. He is a sort of dorkish character who is going to get married and suddenly he has nothing and no one. Even his tiresome bride to be is of no help to him. She simply keeps screaming about him trying to get out of the wedding. Even the resolution leaves a bit to be desired.


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