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Torchwood Declassified

Season 1 Episode 10

Time Flies

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Aired Monday 11:30 PM Dec 18, 2006 on BBC Three
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Torchwood is drawn into strong personal relationships as they help three time travellers adapt to contemporary life. Actors John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Burn Gorman comment on this latest script and storyline. Plus, episode director Alice Troughton talks about the making of the show. On location, cameras witness the filming of the scenes with the small 1950's passenger plane, as well as the visually complex and moving final moments of John Ellis (actor Mark Lewis Jones).moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Kai Owen

    Kai Owen

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Mark Lewis Jones

    Mark Lewis Jones

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Catherine Tregenna

    Catherine Tregenna

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Russell T. Davies

    Russell T. Davies

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Richard Stokes

    Richard Stokes

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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      • Burn Gorman: I think in this episode we see Owen's true feelings, we see his vulnerability, we see his history. Ultimately it's a human being talking to another human being with their souls absolutely bared.

      • John Barrowman: The thing that Jack sees in John is his emptiness, his sense of loss, his sense of not belonging.
        Catherine Tregenna: The key for me is, he's lived his life when he was meant to, and he craves oblivion. He was always doomed, I'm afraid.

      • Catherine Tregenna: It's a great device, three people from the 1950's is a great way to examine how we live now and whether we can completely justify it, or not.

      • John Barrowman: Out of Time is about emotion, it's about life, it's about displacement. It's also about euthanasia, dare I say it.
        Mark Lewis Jones: It's tragic.
        John Barrowman: It's heart-wrenching

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