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MOVIE WEEK: “Bunker” by Paul Douchet

Today on MOVIE WEEK we have a Bunker, short film by French director Paul Douchet. French, with English subtitles.


July 2, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , ,


  1. Ver well done, no doubt. But why 99% of SF today aimes at representing catastrophic situations with no way out? The message behind this short movie is a mixture of darkness, fear, terror, betrayal, falseness, murder, holocaust, all the negative one can say about humaning beings. I would like the same degree of effort in representing the positive side as well. Hope, change, victory. Colours instead of darkness. Is it so hard to work in a direction that sometimes makes life win? Apparently, yes. Please let us do it.

    Comment by Francesco | July 2, 2010

  2. Francesco, have you read Cory Doctorow’s novels? They’re focused on people fighting back against dark forces, often successfully. You might like them.

    Worldsf, thanks _so much_ for posting these shorts–they’re terrific!

    Comment by anyaweber | July 7, 2010

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