A mysterious place, an indescribable prison, a deep hole. An unknown number of levels. Two inmates living on each level. A descending platform containing food for all of them. An inhuman fight for survival, but also an opportunity for solidarity.Written by
The "Verticle Self-Management Center" is an allegory for society, with those at the top provided the best of everything and a willingness to consume far more than necessary at the expense of those below, while those at the lowest levels of society must suffer and go without. This can apply to society within a country or the worldwide society of first world to third world countries. It also attempts to show this is the case whether there is a capitalist or socialist economy. In either case, those with the majority of the power generally take what they want. See more »
at 45:35 Imoguiri turn her head to the left side but in next shot her head is on the right side and again she turn her head to the left side, in the next shot her head is on front and she turn it on the left again! it means she turned her head to the left 3 time without turning to the right. See more »
There are 3 kinds of people; the ones above, the ones below, and the ones who fall.
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I am giving it a solid 7. Good movie. Reminds me to snowpiercer from Bong Joon Ho but in this case the prision is vertical and not horizontal (train) but challenges the human behavior in a similar way.
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