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Fractalus (2005)

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A motley group of astronauts travel unimaginable distances across time and space on a quest for a glimpse of something beyond known reality.

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A motley group of astronauts travel unimaginable distances across time and space on a quest for a glimpse of something beyond known reality.

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Short brain twister

Fractalus is an intriguingly weird little 25-minute short about a near future where humanity seems to be aware of God's location in the universe. Scientific and religious teams try to reach it constantly, but none have succeeded due to a breakdown of time-space during the approach.

It's not exactly a big-budget production, but makes excellent use of what it has, presenting quite a delicious little riddle that you can have lots of fun interpreting.

It's a brain twister, though of the type where you can feel there's a more coherent intended plot, rather than a jumble of artsy symbolism (think "Donnie Darko", as opposed to "Blue Velvet"). There are also some interesting explanations to be found around online.


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