A documentary about the changes needed for a sustainable future. But not one that starts wit doom and gloom images of what lies in store if we don’t mend our ways, then ends with a “happy chapter”. Not here. The overall tone is realistically optimistic, showing a 5-themed search for examples of projects and persons trying to put each into practice what needs to be done to ensure a resilient future for all of us. Its common-sense attitude especially helps the viewer to relate easily to the (young) film makers. It is definitely “required viewing”.
César Awards, France 2016: Best documentary film.
Here is a post-apocalyptic scenario set entirely in a dank and gloomy building where the landlord operates a delicatessen on the ground floor. Living in an otherwise meatless world, the butcher-landlord keeps his customers happy by chopping up unsuspecting victims, and he’s sharpening his knife for the new tenant who’s fallen in love with his short-sighted daughter. She tries to foil her father’s plans by contacting the Troglodytes, a grain eating sub-group of society who live entirely underground.
César Awards, France 1992: Best first work, best screenplay, best production design, best editing
Malvern Theatre Players are proud to present
A technical comedy by Nick Wilkes
THE GET OUT
The curtain has fallen…
The performance has concluded and the audience are on their way home.
For some however, the evening has only just begun…
Props to pack away,
Furniture to move,
Scenery to take down,
Lights to lower,
Ropes to haul,
A lorry to pack,
A lost microphone to locate,
A romance to conclude,
And no accidents please…!