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Population 2

2.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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In this taut, futuristic tale, something has gone terribly wrong and only one survivor remains on earth … a woman named Lilith, who desperately wanders a planet devoid of humanity.

Each day, Lilith scavenges what she can from the remains of civilization, the deserted refuse of a once-bustling metropolis.

Each night, she returns to her hidden space beneath the lifeless city and contemplates the past … a life in which she was betrayed … a world that now exists only in her mind.

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  • Actors: Suzanne Tufan, Jon Ashley Hall, Shelly Lipkin, Sibyl, Jacqueline Gault
  • Directors: Gil Luna
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Green Apple Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 22, 2013
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AADAIOU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,081 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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After watching "POPULATION: 2" it prompts one to explore the themes of loss and loneliness, as well as to show the consequences of the choices we make and the choices we are afraid to make. It warns about the dangers of taking things for granted, most especially the relationships we forge with the people willing to take life's journey with us." Every day, Lilith (the main actor) wanders the remains of civilization, scavenging what she can from the deserted refuse of what was once a bustling city. Her red wagon drags along behind her, its rusty wheels squeaking out a constant and lonely rhythm in the dead city. Once
she had planned to fill it with a child's toys. Now, she fills it with the remnants of whatever else she can find to help her live another day. Once, she lived amongst society's elite. Now, she lives in an underground home, a nest she's carved out for herself underneath the deserted city streets.

I loved this film! The acting is outstanding, the cinematography is beautiful and haunting capturing the loneliness of life after everything is gone. The music score is understated and beautiful. I see that is has won many important film awards and is well deserving. I would recommend this film to anyone.
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I saw this film at the Worldfest International Film Festival in Houston, TX where it won a Platinum Remi for Best Sci-Fi Feature! The filmmakers, Gil Luna and Jonathan Stark, were present and shared their story about the struggles and triumphs in making this film. If you support independent film and post-apocalyptic awesomeness, then you need to BUY this film. The story will make you cry, laugh and really appreciate your life.
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The best part of this movie are the scenes and locations of the post apocalyptic world Lilith wanders through. But on its own, that's just a dirty woman in a gas mask pulling a wagon around. The rest of the parts are needed to tell Lilith's tale and how she got where she is. The problem is, the rest of this movie is awful, awful, awful. Aside from Suzanne Tufan, whose performance is somewhat passable, the rest of the acting is really bad. The story is convoluted, boring, and ultimately feels incomplete.

I know this is an independent film, and that independent films are supposed to be edgy and cerebral and a reaction against Hollywood... or something. But too often, independent films are becoming just another cliche.

This could have been so much more.
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This is a 2012 film called "Population 2" that didn't do well so it was re-titled and repackaged and placed in Walmart ($9.88 US) for idiots like me to buy as "After Doomsday." Lilith (Suzanne Tufan) has survived the doomsday event as she walks around in a gas mask and narrates and has boring flashbacks which consume the stories' subplot and various themes. It takes place about 20 years in the future.

It seems Omni Tech has saved the planet with a $450 trillion dollar sun shield (I think that is more money than every existed in the history of the planet, but just go with it). Things go bad, planet heats up, riots, and then for some reason we drop the big one. Seems the company has selected a core group to survive...somewhere, but it was too expensive to develop more dialogue.

The themes seemed to be about corporate vs. people control; corporate media control, and technology vs technology. The acting was extremely bad. The dialogue could not have been worse. This is one of those films people will cliche about getting 90 minutes of their life back and wishing they could give zero stars.

Congrats Gil Luna on getting this into Walmart.

Guide: F-bomb. A-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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For most of my life, well at least from my late teen years onward, I have been an ardent fan of independent films. I still greatly enjoy the mainstream movies that admittedly comprise much of my viewing time and a dominant portion of movies I review but there will always be a special place with me for a well-crafted Indy film. The filmmakers, crew and cast that generally give so much of their time, resources and passion to these projects represent the epitome of the form of artistic expression referred to as cinema. For more than a century these auteurs have simultaneously honed their skills and redefined the techniques and boundaries of movie making. Every so often an independent movie comes around that exerts a profound effect on film and reaches out to touch some aspect of our humanity that resides deep within us. A movie that most recently achieved such an effect on me was `Population: 2'; screenplay and direction by Gil Luna. In classic Indy tradition you will see his name cited numerous times in the credits including producer, editor and casting director. I would not be surprised if he also ran craft services dishing out meals and snacks between takes, the proliferation of the filmmaker's name in the credits are not a form of narcissism but a matter of necessity; these movies are created on a budget that would fail to cover the cost of office supplies in a bid budget extravaganza. The estimated cost of producing this work is about $100,000, modest by any industrial standards. A filmmaker going into a project like this is not anticipating a huge payday or substantial box office receipts. He is in it for the art of telling a story he is committed to relate to his audience. I am grateful I could be counted among the group that has experienced this film.Read more ›
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