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No Men Beyond This Point (2015)

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In a world where women have become asexual and are no longer giving birth to males, a quiet, unassuming housekeeper named Andrew Myers finds himself at the center of a battle to keep men from going extinct.


Mark Sawers


Mark Sawers
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Gilmore ... Andrew Myers
Bronwen Smith ... Weather Lady
Tara Pratt ... Terra Granger
Kristine Cofsky ... Iris Balashev
Adanna Avon ... Olive Balashev
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Dahlia Granger
Lilac Adams Lilac Adams ... Baby Violet
Mackenzie Craddock ... Flora Granger
Dakota Guppy Dakota Guppy ... Ruby Balashev
Lorynne Machado ... Lily Granger
Michele Coviello Michele Coviello ... Ermanno Basi
Alison Araya ... Translator
Ross Birman Ross Birman ... Priest
Stanley Burton Stanley Burton ... Priest
Jamie Campbell Jamie Campbell ... Priest


In a world where women have become asexual and are no longer giving birth to males, a quiet, unassuming housekeeper named Andrew Myers finds himself at the center of a battle to keep men from going extinct.

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The film states that the first fatherless pregnancies began in the 1950s, and the resulting change in the gender balance lead to the first female president of the US in 1965. However, no change in the proportions of male-to-female voters could occur before the 1970s. See more »


[Last lines]
Andrew Myers: I'm just praying it's not a girl.
Andrew Myers: [Iris gives an offended look] No no, that was just...
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References Meet the Press (1947) See more »

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A wasted opportunity
14 April 2018 | by benjaminweberSee all my reviews

This film examines what would happen if humanity suddenly began to procreate via parthenogenesis, otherwise known as virgin birth. While this idea seems interesting on paper, it is delivered as a fake documentary, without understanding what can make a documentary interesting. It tries to be funny, but only offers some set-ups that could be funny. In the end, it falls apart under its own weight and poor editing.

The film keeps cutting back and forth between interviews with fake experts and a case-study of the youngest man alive, which can work in non-fiction where the focus is on the facts, but not in fiction where there focus is generally on either the characters or plot. The result is the film feels unfocused in places, and the viewer does not develop any feelings towards the characters.

The plot is similarly unfocused, both for the historical background and the characters' story. In both cases, large events just happen with little or no explanation, even in cases that demand an explanation, to the point where it is impossible to suspend disbelief. However, this effect seems unintentional, since there is almost no attempt to use this for comedic gain.

Many of the 'jokes' are attempting to go for mockumentary-style humour, where a funny subject or event is presented entirely deadpan. This only occasionally works, as the event is rarely given enough time to build up and is quickly forgotten afterwards. Alternatively, the event is simply not outlandish enough for deadpan humour to work, and simply comes across as obnoxious or boring.

This wasn't so much a bad film as a mediocre one. It had potential, but was executed poorly, and not in an entertainingly bad way. It is just dull, and with a lack of creative vision behind it.

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4 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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