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Homo Sapiens

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Homo Sapiens shows stunning images of forgotten places, buildings we constructed and then left.
Actors: Nikolaus Geyrhalter
Genre: Documentary
Country: United States
Release: 2016
IMDb: 7.1
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Duration: 94 min
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A documentary that is far more frighteningly dystopian than any Mad Max movie because it is real.
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July 28, 2016

One might argue that 20 minutes or so is enough, but what Homo Sapiens offers in its succession of carefully framed shots is sometimes too tantalizing to resist.
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July 27, 2016

Instead of uncovering artifacts from long ago, Homo Sapiens shows us our own relics in the making.
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July 29, 2016

An eerily serene whistle-stop tour of abandoned built environments.
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Geyrhalter piques the imagination with images of decay: towns, malls, theaters, and hospitals, all deserted, unnamed, and overrun by foliage and wildlife.
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December 22, 2016

Geyrhalter has created one of the most powerful cinematic wake up calls since Charlton Heston stood and cried out at the Statue of Liberty. Here, there are not even apes.
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July 28, 2016

Each individual shot creates a frisson of desolation that resonates far beyond the facile irony suggested by the movie's title.
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For its sheer visual exaltation, this is the most extraordinary documentary I have seen in years.
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