History Film / ZPG

13th Sep '15 12:47:16 PM Fireblood
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* GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion: {{Inverted}} according to the law of the society in the film, which ''mandates'' abortion since [[PopulationControl reproduction is banned]]. The central plot comes up when the female protagonist fails to have one and gives birth to a child, making her go on the run with her husband.

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* GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion: {{Inverted}} according to the law of the society in the film, which ''mandates'' abortion since [[PopulationControl reproduction is banned]]. The central plot comes up when the female protagonist Carole fails to have one and secretly gives birth to a child, making her go on the run with her husband.husband Russ.
13th Sep '15 12:32:22 PM Fireblood
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* GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion: {{Inverted}} according to the law of the society in the film, which ''mandates'' abortion since [[PopulationControl reproduction is banned]]. The central plot comes up when the female protagonist fails to have one and gives birth to a child, making her go on the run with her husband.
16th Jul '14 7:29:43 PM Fireblood
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22nd Apr '14 8:33:26 PM Fireblood
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* CrapsackWorld: Along with being controlled by a dictatorial global state, the Earth's atmosphere is so polluted that face masks are required to go outside, extinction of most animals (including domesticated kinds) has occurred, most bodies of water were filled in to create more housing for their increased population, despairing old people rot away in retirement homes, [[ArsonMurderandJaywalking people wear monochrome uniform jumpsuits, there are years-long waiting lists just to visit a museum, there is only indistinguishable goop for their only food, and must watch films of the "excessive" things people ate in the old days.]]

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* CrapsackWorld: Along with being controlled by a dictatorial global state, the Earth's atmosphere is so polluted that face masks are required to go outside, extinction of most animals (including domesticated kinds) has occurred, most bodies of water were filled in to create more housing for their increased population, despairing old people rot away in retirement homes, [[ArsonMurderandJaywalking people wear monochrome uniform jumpsuits, there are years-long waiting lists just to visit a museum, there is only indistinguishable goop for their only food, and they must watch films of the "excessive" things people ate in the old days.]]
3rd Jun '13 2:58:06 PM MarkLungo
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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque on the beach in the last scene, all their nuclear missiles were buried in 1978.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles UsefulNotes/LosAngeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque on the beach in the last scene, all their nuclear missiles were buried in 1978.
3rd Jun '13 2:56:03 PM MarkLungo
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14th Feb '13 6:46:31 PM Fireblood
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* CrapsackWorld: Along with being controlled by a dictatorial global state, the Earth's atmosphere is so polluted that face masks are required to go outside, extinction of most animals (including domesticated kinds) has occurred, most bodies of water were filled in to create more housing for their increased population, despairing old people rot away in retirement homes, [[ArsonMurderandJaywalking people wear monochrome uniform jumpsuits, there are years-long waiting lists just to visit a museum, they have indistinguishable goop for their only food, and must watch films of the "excessive" things people ate in the old days.]]

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* CrapsackWorld: Along with being controlled by a dictatorial global state, the Earth's atmosphere is so polluted that face masks are required to go outside, extinction of most animals (including domesticated kinds) has occurred, most bodies of water were filled in to create more housing for their increased population, despairing old people rot away in retirement homes, [[ArsonMurderandJaywalking people wear monochrome uniform jumpsuits, there are years-long waiting lists just to visit a museum, they have there is only indistinguishable goop for their only food, and must watch films of the "excessive" things people ate in the old days.]]
20th Aug '12 10:10:50 PM Fireblood
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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, nuclear disarmament occurred c. 1978.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, scene, all their nuclear disarmament occurred c. missiles were buried in 1978.
18th Jun '12 9:50:13 PM Fireblood
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* {{Dystopia}}: The World Federation, a global state that controls its citizens lives very tightly, keeping them on a strictly rationed diet, constantly broadcasting propaganda, monitoring public library computers so closely that state security can pull someone in for torture at a moment's notice if they looked up the wrong subjects, using brainwashing, registering existing children, mandating abortion with the push of a button after couples have conceived, and publicly executes parents along with their children who violate the ban on reproduction by suffocating them in a plastic sphere lowered by helicopter.

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* {{Dystopia}}: The World Federation, a global state that controls its citizens lives very tightly, keeping them on a strictly rationed diet, constantly broadcasting propaganda, monitoring public library computers so closely that state security can pull someone in for torture at a moment's notice if they looked up the wrong subjects, using brainwashing, registering existing children, mandating abortion with the push of a button after couples have conceived, and publicly executes killing those parents along (along with their children children) who violate the ban on reproduction by suffocating them in a plastic sphere lowered by helicopter.



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, nuclear disarmament was completed 1978.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, nuclear disarmament was completed occurred c. 1978.
12th Mar '12 3:15:43 AM Fireblood
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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, there was a nuclear disarmament completed 1978.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The dialogue speaks of the "early 21st century" being the past, and it was filmed in 1972. It may be set in the (former?) UK, given the BritishAccents of most characters. There was also a "great famine" in the past, according to the State Museum, which led to riots according to an old newspaper, "killer smog" in Los Angeles that left 9,000 dead, and, going by a plaque seen on the beach in the last seen, there was a nuclear disarmament was completed 1978.
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