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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.

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Mikael Salomon

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Jonas Bauer (story), Bev Doyle (teleplay) | 2 more credits »
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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 Danny Keogh ... Yisir
Jessica Haines Jessica Haines ... Neenah
Tertius Meintjes Tertius Meintjes ... Uri (as Tertius Meintjies)
Garth Breytenbach ... Remi
Bjorn Steinbach ... Yomack
Andre Jacobs ... Elder #1
Stephen Jubber Stephen Jubber ... Evan
Pope Jerrod Pope Jerrod ... Buren
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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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Trivia

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

Goofs

When the tribe is barricaded in a cave, three of them go looking for another way out. The have to swim through an underground pool and come out covered with leeches. When they return and swim through the same pool, they don't pick up any leeches. See more »

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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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Better than expected TV action adventure fantasy.
2 August 2018 | by paulclaassenSee all my reviews

The film has impressive visuals for a TV movie, and I enjoyed the subtle use of music during some scenes as opposed to the overbearing music Hollywood blockbusters love so much. It made me focus more on what was actually happening. The casting was also relatively good. (I must be honest, though, I did find Sean Bean's character, Amal, a bit unexplored).

The film does borrow heavily from 'The Time Machine' with regards to plot (to a certain extent) and make-up, and especially the way some of the beasts move. Some of the explanations on their knowledge of the past will have you raise an eyebrow, but lets just overlook that and enjoy this fantasy action adventure for its intended purpose: to entertain. And entertain it certainly does. The film features some great sets and locations, and the cinematography was very good, as well.

There's plenty of action and adventure here, and there were even some very effective, unexpected scares! Although I might not watch it again in a hurry, it was well worth the watch.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 November 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Planet of the Future See more »

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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