TV Shows

Warning (2021)


Loneliness, death and the meaning of life, explored through vastly separate lives colliding in interweaving short stories set in future Earth.

Warning (2021)

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Released Year: 2021
Runtime: 85 minutes
Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Directors: Agata Alexander

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Loneliness, death and the meaning of life, explored through vastly separate lives colliding in interweaving short stories set in future Earth.

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Reviews


70
The New York Times - Amy Nicholson
Together, these tales feel like the hangover at a wake for mankind. The film’s dusky pastel color palette recalls dying flowers on a grave. Yet, even as the synth score mutters anxiously in the background, Alexander takes a prankish delight in her own doom and gloom.
70
Variety - Dennis Harvey
This is sci-fi cinema of a relatively subtle, intriguing stripe, without the usual emphasis on fantastical or action imagery. Still, it’s slickly engaging enough to please more open-minded genre fans, and brainy enough to attract those who want something other than another laser shoot ’em up.
50
RogerEbert.com - Simon Abrams
We meander from one story to the next until every idea, big and small, gets cast aside with childish zeal.
50
Polygon - Roxana Hadadi
The result is admirable for how grim it is in its multifaceted way, but as a whole, Warning is too disjointed and underdeveloped to really make an impact with its dystopian cautions.
40
The Guardian - Leslie Felperin
It all works up to an only mildly surprising “shock” ending, which is bad news for all concerned, a twist that would be more tragic if it were possible to feel sorry for any of them.

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