Code 46 Reviews
If ever there was an advertisement for the globalist agenda this is it. Somehow it manages to romantise a totally distopic future.
It is suggested that something big and terrible happend to humanity and a superpower took over, leaving the people with:
Small time corruption
Controlled reproduction and genetics, designer babies and forced abortion i.e. eugenics
Government issued memory wipes
All manner of biometric identfication
Total government surveillance
Plenty of creepy closeups of eyes and references to Egyption mythology
Controlled mega-cities including restricted travel and compact shit appartments
Vast wastelands outside these mega-cities where all the rejects house
Apperantly it's a global government that has left the future populus with such blessing, cause everbody speaks a weird mix of Chinese, English, Spanish, Indian, Arabic and French
Apart from all this great freaky distopic creepyness it's a pretty boring movie, the love story might be interesting to those that are classicly schooled, but it's pretty damn slow and not very rewarding on an emotional level. All in all I feel that it's all just another vehicle for globalist propaganda.
Could the future be like that?
All in all a film well worth watching - I was amazed I hadn't heard of it before today! It has it's flaws, but they are minor - a little 'arty' for want of a better word: a few shots seem to be there just because they were possible, or they looked good, rather than for actually adding anything to the film. Nowhere near enough to spoil a good story though. 4 1/2 stars.
best scene: Samantha's blue eyes