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Natural Selection (2003)

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In 2097 in Los Angeles two men take in on themselves to counter the efforts of others to sell some eggs of a rare species of a highly predatory, highly loyal bird.

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In 2097 in Los Angeles two men take in on themselves to counter the efforts of others to sell some eggs of a rare species of a highly predatory, highly loyal bird.

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Leaves a lot to the imagination.
19 March 2007 | by (California) – See all my reviews

This short SF film implies a great deal. You get the feeling that there is a whole world just outside that the director of the film knows about but the viewer is left to imagine for himself. This can be a good thing because the film is richer and more textured that the short length and small budget will allow for. However, since so little is explained, the viewer is left feeling a little bit confused. It states at the beginning of the film that pretty much all animal life is genetically engineered, but it doesn't explain who the opposing sides are. Why are the bad guys bad and what are the good guys trying to accomplish. You know they're good guys but you don't know why you're supposed to be rooting for them. However, the reality viewed through this very small window is sharp and clear. You don't doubt that whatever these people are trying to do is very important. It's a good film, well written, well acted, well directed, but just too limited for the scope of its concepts.


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