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Things to Come, 1 hr 37 min (1936)

William Cameron (Sci-fi)


Caption: PT

Classification:  16+ 


"Things to Come" is a 1936 British science fiction film based on the work of H.G. Wells. Directed by William Cameron Menzies, the film focuses on humanity's distant future and addresses themes such as war, technology and utopia.


The story begins with the city of Everytown facing an endless war, but soon technology advances and ushers in a new era of peace and prosperity. However, a new threat emerges with the arrival of a group of foreign invaders led by an authoritarian leader.


The film is known for its futuristic and ambitious vision, with stunning scenes of flying planes and futuristic cities. Furthermore, it addresses important questions about the human condition and the future of society, including topics such as the importance of peace and the fight against authoritarianism.


The soundtrack, composed by Arthur Bliss, is equally important and helps create an epic atmosphere. The film is also known for its use of advanced special effects for the time, including the use of miniatures and animation.


In short, "Things to Come" is an ambitious and visionary film that continues to be relevant and impactful to this day. With its futuristic vision, epic soundtrack and approach to important issues, it is a must for all science fiction fans.

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