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No Men Beyond This Point (2015)

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In a world where women have become asexual and are no longer giving birth to males, a quiet, unassuming housekeeper named Andrew Myers finds himself at the center of a battle to keep men from going extinct.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Gilmore ... Andrew Myers
Bronwen Smith ... Weather Lady
Tara Pratt ... Terra Granger
Kristine Cofsky ... Iris Balashev
Adanna Avon ... Olive Balashev
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Dahlia Granger
Lilac Adams Lilac Adams ... Baby Violet
Mackenzie Craddock ... Flora Granger
Dakota Guppy ... Ruby Balashev
Lorynne Machado ... Lily Granger
Michele Coviello Michele Coviello ... Ermanno Basi
Alison Araya ... Translator
Ross Birman Ross Birman ... Priest
Stanley Burton Stanley Burton ... Priest
Jamie Campbell Jamie Campbell ... Priest
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In a world where women have become asexual and are no longer giving birth to males, a quiet, unassuming housekeeper named Andrew Myers finds himself at the center of a battle to keep men from going extinct.

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4 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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The film states that the first fatherless pregnancies began in the 1950s, and the resulting change in the gender balance lead to the first female president of the US in 1965. However, no change in the proportions of male-to-female voters could occur before the 1970s. See more »

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[Last lines]
Andrew Myers: I'm just praying it's not a girl.
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Andrew Myers: [Iris gives an offended look] No no, that was just...
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In a movie about women inheriting the earth, men still get the most screen time...
31 July 2016 | by RiotJaynieSee all my reviews

I admit I laughed a few times at the absurdity, and I liked thematically what was trying to be done - breaking down gender roles and societal inequality etc. Unfortunately it still very much feels like it was written by a dude. Even when most of the characters are women - we still mostly focus on the plight of men. We only hear about politics and economics and lifestyle shifts in this new world in relation to how it effects and alters male reality. And for some reason even the women somehow talk as if they are being puppeted by men (male writer no doubt), for example at one point the parthenogenesis is considered the reason for an increase in female aggression, before realizing nope - just pms. HAH GET IT, WOMEN ARE BITCHES WHEN THEY MENSTRUATE. FUNNY. I'd have to rewatch but it didn't even seem to pass bechdal, because the only thing the female characters ever spoke about was men - even as they're going extinct, men think they're all we can think and talk about >.>

No men beyond this point, more like the story of how sad it is to be to be the last man on earth. Women are drawn as pmsing vengeful feminist tropes who secretly desire for men to return but are too ashamed to admit it, until the end when the unlikely male hero breaks free of his shackles to impregnate a lovesick women who craves masculinity in her life. The film even ends with the potential 'resurgence' of men, even though the film makes a point of how pointless they are (but only satirically).

It's very light in it's gender politics so I wouldn't expect much if you actually find this topic interesting. For example, somehow the writers forgot to consider homosexuality and assumed that a world of women would somehow become non-sexual or anti-sex. Apart from a brief minute long collage of a few women kissing, the rest of the film runs as if women are non-sexual beings. Because women don't like sex and intimacy? Yeah okay. Also things like the banning / disapproval of masturbation because it'd be seen as a gateway drug of sorts to thinking about men - because female sexuality only exists in the context of men of course. We couldn't just enjoy sexuality without men existing. The film makes a lot of these strange conclusions, honestly, but it doesn't detract too much from the film, which is still decent well acted and somewhat funny. It plays a little like a 'what would the world be like if women took over' but from the point of view of one of those annoying fedoras that scream humanist when somebody discuses feminism.

One of the funniest elements is the absurd Aussie mens rights activist who does nothing the entire film except complain - somehow they got that part right. Overall the premise is great, and I'd love to see some more writers tackle this (cant help but be reminded of Y: The Last Man, which is infinitely better than this, but alas, only a graphic novel) but this film falls a little short on delivering due to a lack of intelligent feminist theory and understanding.

What's funnier than this film is all the men who hate it because of its premise, calling it propaganda. If they watched it and knew anything about gender politics they'd realize this movie is more in line with their thinking than current feminist understanding.


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