In the short version of The Leviathan, the story took place in a future where human slaves harvest "exotic matter" from the eggs of huge species, apparently including a giant space whale. ... See full summary »
A young boy living in the near future looks for an escape from a home with arguing parents. As a way to cope with the recent arguments from his parents he receives a robot companion that he ends up abusing.
Set in the distant future, mankind has harnessed the power of faster than light travel by harvesting the eggs of the largest species mankind has ever known. The only problem...they have to get them first.
A Russian drone operator uses a nuclear powered drone to lure alien object to the orbit, immobilizes them and captute them. But when that object came close to earth, the drome operator ... See full summary »
The story is so simple.... Too simple. And the reasonable excuse is to see it as a parable using, in not bad manner, CGI for a noble purpose. The first part is so familiar motivational film . The pills are good tool for remind the embroidery of schizophrenia and revelation about deep face of reality. But the big sin remains the waste of end. No message, no answer, not the good story final, giving a clue or giving to the film more than political manifesto aspect. So, for reasonable image, I see it as parable.
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