Originally Posted by voyzovrezon
I saw it today. For cinematography, I thought the best part was the opening aerial shot going over Earth. We were sitting down front and it felt like being on a ride.
As for the plot, it was a typical dystopian story of people struggling to survive in horrible conditions while an elite few have all the privileges and utilize the power of their influence to control others.
I also found the story to be an allegory for the necessity for and morality of universal health care.
Or from the perspective of a few billion people, real life.