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Ozone (2003)

 |  Drama, Sci-Fi, Short  |  2003 (UK)
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By 2050, lifestyle is designed by the Corporate State. Unhealthy food, obesity, famine and war are illegal. Martin Dwyer, a mid-level executive, reports to the Head Office for a routine ... See full summary »

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Karel Dobrý ...
Martin Dwyer
Elias Zerael Bauer ...
Boy Wearing Mask (as Elias Bauer)
Lucie Brezovská ...
Candy
Elin Spidlová ...
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Anna Geislerová ...
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Martina Daskova ...
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Arwa Salmanova ...
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Bara Jickova ...
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Michaela Kubickova ...
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Linda Jasek ...
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Radka Dreskova ...
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Andrea Sorrova ...
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Zuzana Krubisova ...
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Monika Szeinova ...
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Lenka Ulrichová ...
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By 2050, lifestyle is designed by the Corporate State. Unhealthy food, obesity, famine and war are illegal. Martin Dwyer, a mid-level executive, reports to the Head Office for a routine review. Instead, he is invited up to the top floor, the Executive Floor. Written by Honey

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Someone Is Confused
24 September 2005 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

To me science fiction is about the exploration of the human condition , it's a sweeping genre replete with allegory , analogy and subtext . It would appear that Nicholas Brooks and Laura Kelly haven't grasped this concept since their short film OZONE doesn't easily fit into the science fiction category per se and seems to be more about visual style hardly surprising after I read their resumes at this site

The story starts with some excruiating violin music which is a pain on the ears as Martin Dwyer walks up a flight of stairs into a building where he then checks in only to be told that the person he wants to see lives on the two hundredth floor . The narrative to this story is very poor as both Brooks and Kelly are far more interested in visuals and production design and I doubt if they have much understanding for the SF genre .. Certainly I had a hard time understanding what OZONE was about and where it might be heading


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