Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in The Pod Generation written and directed by Sophie Barthes, and begins with Rachel (Clarke) thinking she’s pregnant—but it was just a dream. Her smart home allows her to start the day with a 3D-printed toaster, make coffee, and choose her outfit for the day. Her husband Alvy (Ejiofor) is a bit more stable. He is a botanist and professor who encourages his wife and students to reconnect with nature. Rachel didn’t tell her husband that she was on the waiting list for the Pegazus hospital (a place where babies are raised in pod eggs), and the date for the consultation had arrived.
In this future society, everything that is considered natural is seen as strange because people have forgotten how to integrate natural things. Alvy wants to have a natural birth, but Rachael doesn’t want the pregnancy to interfere with her cushy work. When he tells her, she is nervous but ultimately happy with the idea. In the end, what seemed like a good idea at the time, puts a strain on their marriage and changes their thinking about why nature and technology can’t always be in perfect harmony.
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The Pod Generation it sends a clear message that the further we stray from the natural order, the more unconscious humanity becomes. There are things that people will lose if they continue to turn it off through technology. It is really destroying people’s ability to connect with each other. There is also something to be said about what it means to give birth and who should give birth, who will have access to proper care when all is said and done. Childbirth is very expensive, which is one of the many reasons women stop having children. There is a sense of criticism of the US healthcare system that involves so much red tape, anything outside of the norm is frowned upon.
The video created by Andrij Parekh with the help of Clement Price-Thomas visual effects created a futuristic look that is not far from the possible. In most parts of Metropolis you can find everything you need, as it is The Pod Generation. Need help? You will go to chat with an AI named Eliza. Want nature without going outside? Go to a natural place. Need fresh air? Go to clean air. The fact that there is a solution to everything is what troubles all of this. Over-reliance on technology has prevented people from thinking for themselves, so it’s understandable that Alvy and Rachel react strangely when it comes time to make a decision.
The question is The Pod Generation A lot of time is spent on the characters shaking but instead of getting to the point very quickly. Shitck works for a while, but the last 30 minutes I really wanted to get to the end because it said everything it had to say in 90 minutes. In addition, this episode was a rare opportunity for him to explain some of the most difficult things when talking about who can have children and who deserves to have them. raise them. But I will say that Emilia Clark and Chiwetel Ejiofor are doing an amazing comic job with their facial expressions and their body expressions and their facial expressions and evil smiles. They are a good couple who have the potential to do things in the future together.
The Pod Generation it plays like a fever dream. The parts of one person’s life are joined together by the dreams and visions of a different life. This is a reproduction but it is also a warning of where we are headed if we do not stop working on some of the technologies that we as a species have come up with. Especially as the film remembers again and again with the theme of evolution when all the time it seems like technology continues to be smart as we go back.
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