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Exit

Australia 2016
produced by
David King, Lorraine Hall for DJK Media
directed by David King
starring Gemma Wells, David King, Gemma Papalia, Andrea Parke, Elaine Janes, Andrew Hills, Don Kenyon, Dan Eastman, Ed Mylan, John Norden, Christine Monjaret, Jodie O'Connor, Sandy Lee, Lorraine Hall, Tilda Sturman, Joel MacCartney, and the voices of Wayne Jury, Jon Mamonski, Matthew King
written by David King

short

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Humankind has reached its final stage, the stage where everything's going to be awesome from now on: Everybody lives in paradise, mortality has been defeated and everybody stays fit thanks to nanobots, the TV's only transmitting good news, and protests against this system are simply not happening, because why would they? Writer Y (David King) should be so happy in this enviroment, as there's nothing much asked from him other than meeting his deadlines, and for the longest time he convinces himself he is ... but then he gets messages from his wife - which is totally disturbing because his wife has committed suicide some 30 years ago, and suicide's a big no-no in this new world humankind lives in. But Y begins to wonder, is he actually living in this paradise he's living in, and if not, what is real. And why is his psychiatrist so disappointingly evasive about everything?

 

Exit is a cinematic experience all of its own. While narratively it's an anti-utopian science fiction story with definite shade of George Orwell's 1984, in style it's a quite different creature, an associative collage of newly filmed stuff, stock footage, seemingly random establishing shots, written word, all mixed together in a way that might seem wild at first, but serves the story of crumbling realities quite splendidly, getting the audience not just into the P.O.V. of its protagonist but virtually in his mind. And the outcome ... well, it's probably not easy to devour for everybody who's used to the well-established canonic cinematic language, but if you can open yourself to something vastly "different" and weird (in the best sense of the word), you'll be richly rewarded!

 

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