The Time Keeper Setting & Symbolism

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Hourglass

When the earth meets heaven, a stalagmite reaches a stalactite and the elderly man turns it into an hourglass that he tells Dor holds all the time in the world. Dor uses it to control time, slowing it down and speeding it up. Dor also uses it to stop time in order to teach Sarah and Victor the lesson he has learned, that time is precious and not to be taken for granted.

Pocket Watch

Victor wants an antique pocket watch that he will stop upon his death and restart upon his reanimation as a symbol of his second chance on life. Dor finds Victor a watch that depicts a family on its case.

Men in Black Watch

Sarah buys a watch that is a replica of the one the characters wear in the movie Men in Black. Sarah plans to give this watch as a gift...

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