The possible cause for all of the issue presented in this future world can be attributed to consumerism, more specifically, the company Buy’n’Large. The company Buy’n’Large is everywhere and sel...
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This film serves as a warning to our generation. It shows us what could happen if we let a single company gain too much power. It reminds us of how much damage we are doing to the planet, and shows us the damage we have the potential to cause. It reveals the dangers of over-reliance on technology and the effects it will have on the human population. By the end of the movie people are finally stepping up and taking responsibility for their actions. They are willingly standing up and walking. The captain turns off autopilot and takes back control of the spaceship. Everyone starts doing things for themselves and they become less reliant on technology. They stop letting Buy’n’Large think for them. And they return to Earth to put in the hard work to make life more sustainable. We must not loose track of our priorities, and we must never loose control.
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