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Episode cast overview:
Mike McCurlie ...
Narrator (voice)
Ian Macaulay ...
Pamela Poels ...
Madalena Harbick ...
Roman Catanzariti ...
Karen Monge Cabrera ...
Armand Goulet ...
Oil Worker
Steven Kollatos ...
Oiler Worlker's Brother
Doctor (as Richard James Fay)
George Perkins ...
Older Doctor
Connor Vilaca ...


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Horror | Sci-Fi



Release Date:

5 March 2010 (USA)  »

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The hospital and skyline in Miami, Florida are shown to lose power because of a shortage of oil. However, Miami's source of electricity is the Turkey Point nuclear power plant, which would be unaffected by this crisis. See more »

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Devastatingly good
7 September 2010 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

If you've never wondered what's very likely to happen when the world's oil supplies run out - unless we're lucky enough to have (this very minute!) large numbers of very smart girls and boys in all the right places, developing alternative energy solutions and putting adequate distribution channels in place - then this show will soon put that right... and make you feel very sick, in the process!

I watched this on my birthday. Already, I was in one of those brooding moods, where you wonder what it's all been for and what's still left to do, and whether anyone can possibly kid you into thinking the future will be worth the effort - now, at 46, that you know just how much they've all been pulling the wool down over your eyes (from politicians and teachers, right down to your parents and many of your peers) and how you helped let it happen!

"Aftermath: World Without Oil" is, definitely, not a feel-good experience! Nevertheless, I would ask that this be made mandatory viewing at schools, throughout the industrialized world. Every kid should be made to watch this, 3 or 4 times, along with Monty Python's Life of Brian. Put all kids on a staple diet of truth and humor and, in just a few generations, we could have a future that is actually worth living!


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