‘Timecrimes’ is the story of Hector, an ordinary man, who moves into a new house with his wife.
One evening, Hector looks through his binoculars and sees a naked girl in the woods. He goes there and finds the girl laying on a rock. Suddenly a man with his face covered by a pink bandage, stabs Hector in the arm with scissors.
A chase starts and Hector is brought back nearly an hour and half in the past by a time machine. The man who is in charge of the time machine, tells Hector not to interfere with the Hector in the previous situation.
Hector is hit by a car and his face is injured. In order to stop the bleeding he is covering his face with a bandage that becomes pink because of the blood. Hector realizes that he has to stab himself (from the previous situation) in order to get back to the time machine and make things right.
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