During a winter of record-breaking cold; an apocalyptic blackout strands a group of Brooklynites in a remote farmhouse. At first it's a party of sex; drugs; and yoga. But as supplies dwindle; they turn against one another.
The only residents of young Nicholas' sea-side town are women and boys. When he sees a corpse in the ocean one day, he begins to question his existence and surroundings. Why must he, and all the other boys, be hospitalised?
The story of an autistic youth named Ricky who, after a particularly difficult day at school, escapes into the subways. It's here that he starts his real journey, on a days-long voyage of ... See full summary »
Andrea Suarez Paz,
I would whole-heartedly disagree with most user reviews on here. This movie, whilst dealing with a modern theme and millenial-style behavior, does in fact deal with quite some important matters. First of all, it has great character development. All the main characters are perfectly realistic and believable, even though not all of them are deeply refined. But they are not shallow at all (except for Sophie perhaps). Secondly, this drama is about relationship difficulties in a modern age where technology is not only taking up our time but significantly interefering with human relationships. And the Augmenta reality system is a realistic tool to gently portray these likely future tendencies. The movie is never boring and the dialogues are good. An interesting drama about how technology increasingly shapes and devestates our lives.
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