2 items from 2017
Directed by Andrew Tiernan.
A documentary film-maker suspects she is being brainwashed by a secret government organisation.
Set in a not-so-distant, not-so-unrecognisable dystopian future, Andrew Tiernan’s faux surrealist documentary makes the case that conspiracy theorists were right all along, and the government really is trying to brainwash us.
UK18 follows Eloise, a Scottish documentary-maker living in an outer-inner-city suburb (probably London), as she films, compiles and edits a documentary on mysterious RFIDs, which are tiny government-issued chips designed to improve the lifestyle and wellbeing of the general population: from cashless transactions to the early detection and elimination of diseases like Alzheimer’s. What Eloise finds is that RFIDs are actually a method of population control, with criminals and the disabled mysteriously disappearing after being forced to take part in Rfid trials. In alternative »
- Kirsty Capes
Keeps on Burning Films has released a poster and trailer for its low-budget independent dystopian thriller UK18, which is directed by Andrew Tiernan and features a cast that includes Shona McWilliams, Ian Hart, Jean-Marc Barr, Jack Roth, Tim Bentinck, The Artist Taxi Driver and Jason Williamson of Sleaford Mods. Check them out here…
UK18 is about Eloise (Shona McWilliams), a documentary film-maker, who starts to suspect that she is being brainwashed by a secret Government Organisation. The film is set in 2018, neoliberalism has turned into neofascism and the Government has implemented a compulsory Rfid chip program for every citizen of the UK.
UK18 is available to stream now on Amazon Prime. »
- Gary Collinson
2 items from 2017
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