For René Fustercluck life was bad, the Apocalypse was awful, and then Gordon arrived - 'After the End' explores the possibility that the only thing worse than being the last man on earth, is being the second to last man on earth.
The deterioration of one is the foundation of another one's life. The world with it`s never-ending interplay of eating and being eaten, takes on new dimensions when the unexpected forces of... See full summary »
Set in the year 2071, where technology has brought mankind to the brink of colonization on a planet named Gaia, one man takes on an isolated mission and discovers unearthly horrors that could bring an end to life on this planet.
No question the best science fiction short I have ever seen
This short film holds emotional punch played out against a surprising amount of seamless (as opposed to obtrusive) world building. Kudzani Moswela's acting made me feel a character instead of see an actress. The sets, locations, and costumes were superb. The writing was well-done and kept me tantalized up to and past the ending.
Sometimes when you say a short film needs to be a movie, you are criticizing it for picking up a story with too large a scope to properly fit the medium. Pumzi doesn't need to be a movie; it deserves to be a movie. Also, someone get Kudzani into another film.
No question the best science fiction short I have ever seen. The fact this was created by a small Kenyan company makes it that much more incredible.
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