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Brave New World (1998)

TV Movie  -   -  Sci-Fi  -  19 April 1998 (USA)
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In a futuristic totalitarian society, people have no control of their lives and/or destiny.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Cooper
Lenina Crowne
Patrick J. Dancy ...
Henry Foster
Steven Flynn ...
Fanny (as Wendy Benson)
Beta Clerk
Delta Coffee Server
Nicholas Belgrave ...
Alpha Student Boy #1 (as Nick Belgrave)
Alpha Student Girl #1


In a futuristic totalitarian society, people have no control of their lives and/or destiny.

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Hmm..What would Huxley think.
18 January 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What would Huxley think? His masterwork now fodder for the MTV culture of the world. It was interesting that the writer and director chose this particular style to shoot BNW from. Granted the cliche' of Hollywood and American culture in general may seem like a Huxleyian paradigm but really, here it seems a little pretentious, as if to make some vocal statement saying "America has finally caught up to the novel's vision." Oh brother! This almost cynical disregard for respecting the author's true vision of his own work is pretty sad, as every nuance of Huxley's story has its meaning and characters stomped upon with references to rave culture, soap opera scandal type revelations and media blitz culture. The video and vocal overlays that are supposed to drive us through the films locations....superfluous. THe concepts of life inside the Brave New World become so much pseudo intellectual rambilng, the characters merely philosophical mouthpieces. If I didn't know any better I would have thought this film was French in origin. One can almost sense a level of shame being heaped upon us, the viewers as if this is the world we want and the writer and director know what we WILL become in the future. How odd. This is the second movie I have seen based upon the novel, the first being the 1980 movie with Bud Cort and Marsha Strassman. Somehow they never seem to quite get it right, but this one missed the mark the furthest in my opinon. Definately skip this version.

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