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The Lost Future (2010)

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After a global cataclysm, mankind has degraded to a tribal society. In one of the tribes there is a disagreement about what is the best way to survive.


Mikael Salomon


Jonas Bauer (story), Bev Doyle (teleplay) | 2 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Bean ... Amal
Corey Sevier ... Savan
Sam Claflin ... Kaleb
Annabelle Wallis ... Dorel
Eleanor Tomlinson ... Miru
Hannah Tointon ... Giselle
Jonathan Pienaar ... Gagen
Danny Keogh ... Yisir
Jessica Haines Jessica Haines ... Neenah
Tertius Meintjes Tertius Meintjes ... Uri (as Tertius Meintjies)
Garth Breytenbach Garth Breytenbach ... Remi
Bjorn Steinbach ... Yomack
Andre Jacobs ... Elder #1
Stephen Jubber Stephen Jubber ... Evan
Pope Jerrod Pope Jerrod ... Buren


A group of post-apocalyptic survivors struggle to survive in a world where jungles, forests, primeval wetlands and deserts have obliterated civilization. They staunchly face genetically mutated beasts and mysterious diseases in an attempt to re-establish the human race as masters of Earth. Written by Punch Malloy

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The part of Amal was written with Sean Bean in mind, even before the actor agreed to do the film. See more »


In the beginning, when they stab the monster, there is no blood coming out of the beast or on the spears that stab it. See more »


Amal: What did your elders teach you about the disease?
Dorel: That god created it as punishment for man's sins. The old world was full of greed and men created machines that got out of control and they meddled with nature, and only god could stop them.
Amal: Men were trying to perfect their own design. They found a way to bring extinct animals back to life, like the mammoth and the sloth that you hunt. The science also brought us the disease. It wasn't long before the whole world was infected.
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Tip top Sci-fi
16 October 2011 | by mikelang42See all my reviews

Here is a tip top made for TV Sci-Fi movie. The script is clever, the film belies it's budget looking fab with the South African locations and all the cast shine.The creature effects are excellent and the action gallops along with some style.I would of really liked to have seen this on a big cinema screen rather than my TV,big as it is, with the bloody adverts every 10 muns butting in.Another problem with watching films on TV here in the UK is the TV channel logo top right all the way through a film. Someone explain why? I know which station i am on. Anyway can't fault this film so it gets top marks from me mainly due to 60 years of not seeing this plot used before in the Sci-fi genre.Well worth your time or rent it without fear of the cost.

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Release Date:

13 November 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Planet of the Future See more »

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