Parent and child journey through the outskirts of society a decade after a pandemic has wiped out half the world's population. As a father struggles to protect his child, their bond, and the character of humanity, is tested.
This last letter suggests he was full of hope...
Which is why I am sure you will understand that, for obvious reasons, that is the version that I chose to believe.
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It's not because you hire a whole bunch of good and well-known actors that the movie will automatically be good ! Here's another example of what shouldn't be done in cinematography. The movie is probably some kind of egocentric autobiographical kinda fantasy of an over the top life that oneself has, living... and need to show off and express the fact that he somehow made it and would probably one day would want to end ,,, like " hey I am special, pay more attention to me"! ... portraying a confuse grown man with a child's dream of meeting a ''hero'' ... again fantasist. Poor popular once talented artists kinda crap sort things ... the casting is interesting, again more like a fantasy from the real protagonist ... leading actors, of course, were amazing, but this isn't enough. Could have been a good book to read, but not to watch. By all means. One hour and forty minutes too much.
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