Sumer

Sumer is an award-winning short film which takes place in a future where all life has perished, and a few humans scrabble for survival in the last city in the world: SUMER.

In the short, a young boy named Hermes is pursued out of SUMER by the police, only to make an amazing discovery.

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+3 1. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Very powerful, great film!..Reminds me a little of the book "Dune" by Frank Herbert. Thanks challenger 451! :)
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+1 2. MajorIdea commented 5 years ago

Reminds me a lot of the movie Snowpiercer... in that it seems to me like a shallow, not terribly well thought-out and generally dumb movie, that because it wins awards or has a high rating in good websites, makes me think I might be the dumb one for not getting it.

... I mean, a pyramid that glows in the desert... a kid that can casually jump off a building... paper books being treated like they are today, in a world with, as far as people know, no more trees... yea, no.
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+3 3. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Fair enough #2...true, things are left open for the viewer to decide, nevertheless I think the Major Idea ;) in this film makes sense..
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+1 4. camoga commented 5 years ago

#2 man i thought i was the only one who thought the same thing about Snowpiercer.
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0 5. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Now you guys making me curious to watch Snowpiercer... :P
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+4 6. Tehnol commented 5 years ago

I don't see the point of this, what is the message here? That humans destroy everything? The world is doomed? Kids have a sixth sense for finding trees? birds in the future will glow in the dark or asteroids have seeds on them? This seems just like a rambling piece with no real meaning, and nobody is better off having watched it.
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+2 7. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

The message is in the mind of the beholder #6 :)
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+1 8. RandurSource commented 5 years ago

Dammit Nature, you should have waited a little longer until no humans were left to destroy you again