A new world of possibilities awaits, thanks to a revolutionary medical procedure known as Downsizing. Billed as environmentally-friendly, many people choose to downsize for economic benefits. When the kindly occupational therapist, Paul, undergoes the new procedure, finding himself in this brand-new existence, he must choose between a sheltered life or making an impact in his own small way. Can he help save the planet and afford a nice lifestyle at the same time?
Was filmed in a real Omaha Steaks production facility, using actual employees as extras. See more »
After Paul is downsized, the camera perspective switches to being from the point-of-view of a shrunk person, yet the clouds in the sky are relative in size to a full-sized person. At this size, a single cloud should cover the entire neighborhood, yet in numerous scenes many small clouds fill the sky. See more »
If you came to see this movie because of the trailer or because of curiosity of what a world would be like if you were 5 inches instead of 6 feet, then you paid for about 45 minutes. The other hour and a half is a completely different movie that has minimal to do with downsizing and is not what the trailer suggests.
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