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There are very few films that re-define a genre, or re-design one at least. But Mathew Avant accomplishes this feat with his instant science fiction documentary classic, Lunopolis.
Lunopolis fuses SCI-Fi with conspiracy, re-launching mockumentary style with an original twist of institutional authenticity.
Put simply: Lunoplois introduces facts that MAY be fictitious, but offers factual proof for those facts... fictitiously.
You have to see it to believe it: Two filmmakers find a strange lair, a cool 60's retro device, and an unlikely Polaroid picture. But what they really find is a well-written, and incredibly well-conceived answer to life, the universe, and everything.
Mark my words. Lunopolis is a delightful mindblow and will be talked about for years to come.
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