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Post-Apocalyptic Fiction in Movies and Television: From the Landscape of Fiction The science fiction movie Logan's Run is an important expression of our society's central myth. It depicts a future humanity sealed off from the world in a high-tech city that is modeled after a mall and a giant singles complex, and governed by a dictator-computer. Among other things, the movie is about our fear that we are being infantilized by technology and turned into a society of techno-narcissists who substitute a fake life of superficial pleasures for an authentic existence. It depicts those in power as manipulating us into regressing into this artificial world of trivial pursuits because it is in their interest to do so. Post-Apocalyptic Fiction in Movies and Television: From the Landscape of Fiction
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