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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.

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Mark Sawers

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Mark Sawers
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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 ... 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
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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.

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Comedy | Drama | Sci-Fi

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Canada

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English

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4 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Дальше людей нет See more »

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At one point in the film, newspaper articles are shown onscreen to illustrate an large-scale event occurring. However, the articles refer to modern day Republicans such as Ted Cruz or Lindsey Graham, who could not possibly be politicians in the world presented in film. See more »

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References Meet the Press (1947) See more »

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Men are Obsolete
8 November 2015 | by Raven-1969See all my reviews

Men are obsolete. In the 1950s women start to get pregnant on their own, and give birth only to girls. The world doesn't need men anymore. This isn't the only bad news for males. An uptight, extreme and conservative female coalition is in power, and payback is harsh. The few remaining men are locked up in "sanctuaries" and darted with tranquilizers if they dare to leave. Their food is laced with estrogen to keep them docile. Menstral cycles are synchronized and the world becomes one big sorority house. At 37 years old Andrew is the youngest man in the world. He is a fluke and anomaly, born when women are giving birth solely to girls. He has a permit to leave the sanctuary and live as a domestic worker with the family of Terra and Iris. When Iris starts a relationship with Andrew, the two create a media firestorm. As with Alice in Wonderland, Gulliver's Travels and other satires, this alternative history and mockumentary helps us step outside of ourselves and see the world from a different perspective.

It is enlightening as well as hilarious, and slightly scary and unsettling, to imagine this role reversal. Who would have thought a professor of men's history would ever be needed?! While the film is limited in terms of depth, funding and acting, I thoroughly enjoyed the out-of-the-box thinking and puns about human nature. It is good that this is just a fantasy (and yet I know a few women who would like this world to happen, at least for men who don't instantly agree with them). Seen at the Toronto International Film Festival 2015.


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