Set in the near future. Pharoah Mann, a right wing politician is elected into power. He clears the streets of all people that are considered a blight on society, such as petty criminals, alcoholics, tramps, drug addicts, asylum seekers and refugees and puts them all into a ghetto where unless they have a work permit they cannot leave. When Moses the son of Pharoah finds he is not actually the privileged son of a politician but the son of a refugee who was put into the ghetto 20 years previously, he begins a war with his father in order to free the people of the ghetto. Written by
Good film but the ending was sudden and could have been better
I thought the exodus film was quite good, watching this being filmed I tried to put parts of the story together with very few bits missing. For me I was gripped in the story and liked the way they used modern terrorism tactics to create new plagues that were relevant to the here and now. It was quite shocking to see the places that I had grown up loving, looking like a mass concentration camp.
I felt that they used all their good resources creating the scene of Dreamland but very little for the ending. Personally, I think I was cheated out of a good ending and I sat wondering afterwards whether they reached their time limits within the area or they just ran out of money.
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