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iMDB Rating: 7.6
Date Released : 1 August 2013
Genre : Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Stars : John Hurt, Chris Evans, Alison Pill, Ed Harris
Movie Quality : BRrip
Format : MKV
Size : 700 MB
In a future where a failed global-warming experiment kills off most life on the planet, a class system evolves aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe via a perpetual-motion engine.
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A new vision of the Anti-utopia
Towards the end of the XIXth century, the literary and philosophic utopia does not have a place anymore in the universe of letters because all the earth was already known and the progress of the sciences and the technology with the evolution of the mentalities and the socio-political ideas tended to realize what the big Utopia's writers wrote in their literary works. These beginnings of the "perfect" State reminded us that the realization of these utopias would end only in the creation of the monstrous societies. This is the way the utopia as literary genre became anti-utopia, a new political and philosophic conception which leans on the science fiction, because these States cannot be placed any more on a lost island, but on another planet or in the future. The cinema was little inspired by this literary genre which is besides a part of the science fiction little inspired the cinema. However we have to underline the Nineteen Eighty-Four by Michael Readford according to the George Orwell's homonym novel. Towards the end of the last century either at the beginning of the XXIth, this literary genre begins to be less present, while dystopia express well the pessimism of the authors of science fiction. Leaning on these thoughts we can express some ideas which concern the movie Bong Jon Ho's Snowpiercer which certainly concerns violently some characteristics of the anti-utopia. It is about a work of anticipation but not at all about science fiction.
According to what we have already expressed, this movie can remind us that it is about one against utopia. Knowing that this literary genre is a part of the XXth, century, a period favorable to the modernity and to the creation of a better world. These characteristics continue to exist in the XXIth century, but they are weakened well and the modernity has no more the same sense because it does not still include the idea of the progress. It is about postmodern period. The theme then of an ecological disaster thus terminates all these States and the humanity contents itself with a micro society limited in a train. It is about a new conception of its anti-utopia, but this time the pessimism of the director overtakes well that of against Utopia's because this totalitarian State of the train makes no more promise for a "constructed" happiness, but it limits to promise just the survival. At the level of other mythes we can well think of the Noah's Ark, but this time we have no more a Patriarch indicated by God to establish a new humanity, but devoid leaders of everything smells of justice and humanity. The results of this (society turn out catastrophic because it) not only the death of the revolting character, but the disappearance of this world. We can so think that there are four types of States who lean on the oppression: so we have the despotic States such as they were in past, totalitarian states such as we knew during the XXth century, anti-Utopia's states as those of the New Brave World of Huxley or We of Zamyatin and the nihilistic state of this movie which ends in the destruction of any human form of life. It simplifies the component elements of it anti-utopia because we more need propaganda, neither high technology which would aim at controlling and at erasing the consciousness of the individual nor the creation of a protagonist with a culture which would allow him to dispute this state. Consequently the creator of this story does not any more need to describe the political and social structures of this state as it is the case as well utopias anti-utopias. Both survivors of the second disaster could give us an idea of optimism, but the latter is only an illusion because all the elements of the creation of a new world are not given and it is doubtless a weak point of the argument of this movie. We finally have to underline an element of other novels between this movie and Aldous Huxley' New brave world. This remark could be considered as a coincidence but it is interesting to indicate it because we try to find the links which exist between it anti-utopia and this movie. The British author implicates Ford and we see him in a way parodied without this work. It we find him here also as an abstract but discreetly omnipresent entity. By considering these ideas which we expressed we notice that this movie is a continuity of it anti-utopia, adapted to the XXIth century but which does not lean any more on the science fiction, but on the anticipation which highlights a near future.
If this movie is a shape of anti-utopia, however it would be very interesting to wonder about the messages that the author in the intention to pass us. Given that Michael Readford does not want to create scenes which aim at impressing the spectators, but leaning on this deep pessimism which we evoked with the presence of a social order which looks like a nightmare, we think that this film-maker tries to express some fears. Having the conviction that the theme of the ecological disaster does not really interest him, because no explanation justifies this hypothesis and we do not know why and how this train can save the last survivors, we can understand that this director tries to express some thoughts which concern the human nature. The fact that the disparities which create the hatreds and the hostilities between the human beings continue to exist even in these circumstances which threaten the existence of the man, that's what translates the deep pessimism the dimensions of which reach the limits of the nihilism.