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Transcript of Elysium
current medical status on health care
so many cures for diseases are controlled by private companies
"new" cures >> rich people
2. Scientific Phenomena
3. Health Care - Movie/Reality
4. NASA Project
4.1. Stanford Torus/Elysium
7.3. Directer's Quote
No technological progress here on Earth- things appear to have moved backward
Surveillance: is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing or directing them.
Setting: When? Where?
Health Care- Movie/Reality
Elysium is pretty similar to a NASA project > Stanford torus
1975 NASA Summer Study
purpose of speculating on designs for future space colonies
Protagonists: Who? What?
Setting - Critique
Neill Blomkamp, interviewed by UPROXX:
“I feel like, ultimately, the story is not the right story,” said Blomkamp.
“I still think the satirical idea of a ring, filled with rich people, hovering above the impoverished Earth, is an awesome idea. I love it so much, I almost want to go back and do it correctly.
“But I just think the script wasn’t … I just didn’t make a good enough film is ultimately what it is. I feel like I executed all of the stuff that could be executed, like costume and set design and special effects very well. But, ultimately, it was all resting on a somewhat not totally formed skeletal system, so the script just wasn’t there; the story wasn’t fully there.”
Guardian Feb 27, 2015
Elysium = Utopia in Greek mythology
Dystopia all in all, because:
- two class society
--> yery few previlegets
Dilara Sagkal & Aaron Pollmann