A battle of mom and nation ensues within the post-apocalyptic near-future in Jung_E, the most recent from Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho. And that’s fairly actually a military of mothers, modeled after the mom of a researcher at an AI lab. Amid a civil struggle, the brand new Netflix movie finds a scientist dealing with the lack of her heroic mom by… cloning her. Nothing may probably go flawed, proper?
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It’s gripping and grotesque in the best way of physique horror and moral compromise. The AI creation scenes don’t maintain again and we’re fascinated by Yeon’s tackle this alarming future. This sci-fi imaginative and prescient takes place within the yr 2194, when individuals are residing on shelters exterior of our inhabitable planet, so it sorta is smart that survivors would flip to their mothers to save lots of them: think about in case your mother was the terminator and he or she grew to become the one hope for humanity.
I’m stunned this isn’t releasing on Mother’s Day. Instead, Jung_E debuts January 20 solely on Netflix.
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