When Yusef discovers his beloved wife Ayana is a Sleeper, a living android bomb left over from a past war, he has only one choice: flee with her to the border of the Machine homeland in the... See full summary »
Dan Warner is a desaturator, tasked with sapping beauty from the world in a future where Color is used as energy. When his superiors suspect that he may secretly be hoarding color in order to support his "unhealthy" passion for drawing, Dan is reassigned to the outer precincts where he is faced with a decision that will decide the course of his future.
remembering Fahrenheid 541. rules and interdiction, intervention of state in private life. and the war against beauty. and, off course, the gesture changing everything. but "Prism" has the the virtue to be more a simple new adaptation of an old subject. it has the gift to reflect fears and to serve, in inspired manner, one of the often themes of black utopia. and this does it a good way for explore known theories and the way to show the essence of humankind. so, a good film. and one who is not a good idea to see.
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