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2 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

And this French film about Freemasonry.

 

 

 

No reactions left, GR, but thanks for reminding me of this. A fellow graphic designer that I talk to recommended this to me a while back when we was talking about symobolism in movies and I bookmarked it but forgot all about it. 👍

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Gattaca
A Scanner Darkly
A Clockwork Orange
V for Vendetta 
12 Monkeys
Mad Max 1 + 2 (action)
Tank Girl  (comedy)
Delicatessen (French with subs)
Ghost in the Shell  1995 and 2017

BC 

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The 1980's American TV show 'V' is a brilliant series which I recommend. David has mentioned it before. It is particularly interesting because the ETs in it look exactly like the artists impressions of reptilians, to a degree which is uncanny. Overall a great show, although I must admit season one is my favourite.

 

Also:

 

1) Children Of Men

2) 1984

3) They Live

4) Hunger Games Quadrilogy

5) The Purge series

6) Aeon Flux

7) Gattaca

8 A Clockwork Orange

9) Oblivion

10) The Book Of Eli

11) I Robot

 

Plus literally dozens more.

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42 minutes ago, JexPerro said:

can you see how this world is today.
now u know why these things happened.

and in your ignorance, you allowed your leaders to do it


Hello Jex,
                 thanks for the 2 films.

 

Are those words a quote from someone to do with the films ?

BC  :O)

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1 minute ago, JexPerro said:

hello basket. it is a quote to open the eyes.evil is growing

 

Hiya.
Evil is indeed trying to grow.

So it's an open quote, to everyone..?
Everyone on the Forum, everyone in the World ?
l won't be able to watch the films until later tomorrow.
Will the quote mean more then ?
BC  :O)

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@JexPerro
Can't really blame em bro, everyone is played against each other from the shadows.
this is how shaythan operates.
We can only move forward now and unite against the evil.

NB: Those 2 vids by Jex are kinda Graphic so be warned peeps.
Its from those wars that happened in Iraq-Afghan



@Pureism I just remembered an awesome dystopian themed novel that you may enjoy:

Swan Song by Robert McCammon
Swan Song is a 1987 horror novel by American novelist Robert R. McCammon.
It is a work of post-apocalyptic fiction describing the aftermath of a nuclear war that provokes an evolution in humankind...
 

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6 hours ago, JexPerro said:

and in your ignorance, you allowed your leaders to do it

?

so i'm guilty for US bombing someone or because my govetment has done deal/s with Israel 

 

it's pretty bold statment for a new member, don't you think 

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5 hours ago, shabbirss said:


@Pureism I just remembered an awesome dystopian themed novel that you may enjoy:

Swan Song by Robert McCammon
Swan Song is a 1987 horror novel by American novelist Robert R. McCammon.
It is a work of post-apocalyptic fiction describing the aftermath of a nuclear war that provokes an evolution in humankind...
 

 

woow @shabbirss , thank you

I just looked at the comments on the book, the book sounds really interesting

 

@Ethel @JexPerro thanks for the recommendations

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Not a movie, but a British TV series, of 17 episodes (50 mins each), The Prisoner from 1967.  I would not bother with the 2006 remake, which sank without a trace.

 

The Prisoner is a profound, surreal and stylish 1960s series, a masterpiece, that predicted 24 hour electronic surveillance and data storage by the state, where citizens have no secrets, as exposed by Edward Snowden, the CIA/NSA whistleblower in 2013.   Set in the Village, a place of impinging state bureaucracy, cashless society/universal basic income, the illusion of democracy, fake news, group think, brainwashing citizens to socially conform, the Global NWO and an A.I. drone to intercept escapees.

 

 

If you decide to check out The Prisoner, try and go for the restored, HD version, to fully appreciate the 1960s visuals, as below.

 

 

 

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On 8/17/2020 at 1:03 PM, Pureism said:

Hello,

i'm looking for movie recommendations, movies like Matrix, 1984 and the island (2015) are my favorite ones.

I am very excited about your recommendations!

 

 

'Children Of Men' is a very British dystopian movie showing us in the next phase of modern England/London being a highly policed terrorist state.
The story revolves around mankind's inability to procreate, but with the extraordinary exception of a black women who is pregnant and under the protection of the resistance as they race to keep her safe and away from the powers that be in what looks an attempt by world power to severely reduce the population.

Clive Owen, Michael Cane, Julianne Moore etc star - worth a watch or two - currently on netflix, amazon.

Quite dark but strangely believable given the current pandemic/agenda.

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On 8/17/2020 at 2:11 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Fahrenheit 451, the 1966 version. Great film about censorship where books are outlawed.

 

Very much a favourite of mine in my collection with Oskar Werner, Julie Christie, Cyril Cusack, Anton Diffring, music by Bernard Herrmann and directed by Francis Truffaut - just outstanding!   If one is in the area, it is worth visiting the brutalist concrete council blocks, as shown in this clip, the Alton Estate, Roehampton, South London.

 

 

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