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ESTWE is presented as a documentary / video diary, interviewing those several folks left on world who didn't die of a plague-like virus. Rather than going the usual sci-fi route and dwelling on apocalyptic scenes, we receive interviews with folks who have adapted and who are trying to maintain communities and build a future for their children.The aspects which I found absolutely fascinating are:The methods in which a community agonises over a risky neighbour; some wanting harsh justice, others demanding more humanitarian means but not sure what to do or who has the right to judge..The kids (becoming adults - actually in their mid/late teens) who never knew the 'old' world; believing their parents are wrong to test and live in the past, and that they have a purer understanding of how to live in 'their' fresh world..The 'human' need for society; those with a need for community/rules/stability; those who prefer to defy convention and live in moderate isolation (a very poignant moment when the beach pot-heads say us how they've every been planning what the another one could do if he could die); and the lone individuals who worry everyone else and (in a several cases) become quite dangerous.Within the communities, the very true sense that procreation is something that suddenly needs to be planned properly, and taken very seriously - from a healthy-genetic-pool mission of view, as well as very serious medical considerations (in fact, there is a sad moment when you realise that something as easy as a gum-infection should slay you)..And the concept that the only transportation is by foot, or by bike (further isolating communities) - with travellers under threat from lone 'wierdos' who may take pot-shots at anyone coming into their territory..It could also be noted that apart from (obviously) wondering how you would cope in that situation, you also start to imagine how much better your quality of life would be without the 21st Century rat-race, 'conveniences' and another distractions. I certainly did. It's a well made, extremely thought-provoking movie (slow at times, but not in a terrible way), and really is pure sci-fi.I would encourage anyone and everyone to see it, in the hope that it will broaden your horizons and create you look at your whole life, relationships and society in a fully various light. I would also place it on school curriculums.
"Ever Since the Globe Ended" doesn't illuminate itself with flashing bulbs and overly artistic camera work, nor does the movie degrade itself by venturing into the over-dramatic and quasi-philosophic. Rather, the film succeeds at what it intends to be: realistic.The comparison between older characters longing for the pre-plague past and younger characters acknowledging cynicism for the materialistic life we search ourselves in actually provides an interesting scenario in itself. Where the movie truly shines is during the tiny and almost subtle moments of humanity: shots of San Francisco fully devoid of activity and life. Easy footage of an zone known for its population suddenly vacant create for easy yet profound imagery; to now imagine such a transformation is, in itself, rather difficult.Additionally, any viewer with any sort of historic appreciation can participate in the following scenario: Even now, folks marvel at the innovations, art, engineering and lifestyles of ancient civilizations. Perhaps inadvertently, "Ever Since the Globe Ended" sets its future generations up with this scenario. What existed before was a civilization of skyscrapers and vivid imagery; what exists actually (in the film) is a globe of close-knit personalization and a general worldly-innocence. Although generations instantly following the happenings in the movie would probably not 'appreciate' (for lack of a better term), the past that was, the generations in the future conceivably would (like we do today with the Greeks, Egyptians, and so on).Although this film lacks a certain flash that certain film-goers demand, it still provides an interesting view into the hypothetical future of mankind. Post-apocalyptical stories may not be uncommon, but certain stories seem more tangible than others; this is one of them.
I teach a upper-level class on The Apocalypse at a Long Island College. This movie was one that I chose, first for its brevity--75 minutes--but also for its fully thought-provoking exploration of humanity. Of course, one should quibble over some of the unexplainable aspects--for example, how do most of the characters remain so smartly dressed if there haven't been department shops in 12 years? But overall, it's necessary to see this movie as an allegory, not unlike the Medieval enjoy "Everyman," in which each hero represents a "type," a "concept," or an "ideal." The acting is so absolutely natural that the viewer fully forgets that this is a scripted film. More than anything, it raises profound questions about the human condition for days after a viewing--always a nice sign. I strongly suggest this movie to anyone interested in stretching themselves philosophically. Nice story, fine editing, terrific acting.
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