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Saturday, 18 July 2009

De Día O De Noche (By Day or By Night) - Trailer for Mexican sci-fi

This sounds like an interesting sci-fi film. The excellent Quiet Earth people did it again.

This trailer is about 8 minutes long so more of a short visit to the film where half the population live by day and half by night. Looks very nice. Let me know what you thought of it.

The story happens in the future and shows us how Mexico has changed: since everything is handled differently, we are very controlled and uniform, we are all equal and there is no physical contact or emotion. The government keeps the people repressed.

Furthermore, as a result of an enzyme located in the DNA, half the people left in cataleptic state to leave the sun, while the other half awake. (This is roughly translated). [So I'm guessing half the people live by day, and the other half by night.] However, emotions have not completely disappeared, only being anesthetized by the way of life to which they have been subjected by the authorities. Also,one of the characters Aurora meets a young man who works in the same place as her, but at night, and they fall in love.

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