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I am looking for a movie (or a tv mini-series) that i have watched a few years ago.The only thing i can remember is a scientist who had invented a machine which could make time pass a lot slower than usually and somehow he got trapped in time at the university where he was teaching and there was an incident with a door he couldn't open because of the problem with time.Also his friends and co-workers were searching for him until they finally found him in the yard I think and he was much older because of the time problem and there had passed many years for him but a few hours or days for his friends... can anyone help me?
if anyone knows the name of the movie send me an e-mail at dimislord@hotmail.gr or write the answer here... 
thanks!!

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Sorry I don't have the answer but that sounds so good, I hope you get it resolved, I wanna watch it too.

Maybe it's Quantum leap series with Scott Bakula in main role !!!! Hope I helped!!!!

thanks but it is not quantum leap... i have watched it on tv and it has lasted about 3 to 5 hours and that's why i said that i think i may be a tv mini-series... thanks again for your time!!

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