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Ken's review: Elysium

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In the science-fiction thriller Elysium, William Blake’s prophesy has come to pass and then some. Humans not only established heaven in the desperation of hell, they have privatized it.
Earth is a toxic dustbowl, but in the sky above hangs the ultimate gated community. Elysium is a space station in the shape of a halo, the inside edge of which is covered with villas, golf courses and serene boating lakes. Within every home is a medical pod that cures all ills and freezes aging. Life there is an infinite retirement, as long as you can afford it.

The Defense Minister, Dracom who is a fairly responsible role, and the audience can understand why she has been so cold-blooded to kill all the poor people who have invaded the elysium.

The rich have spent a lot of money to stay, the defense minister is obliged to maintain their quality of life, and the defense minister will also maintain the purity of the world as a bliss

Max’s job is to build the police robots that keep the proletariat in check, but he puts a brave face on it: all his life, he has believed that hard work will eventually earn him a place up there among the stars.

An industrial accident causes him to think again. Radiation poisoning leaves him with five days to live, and the medical care he needs is on Elysium.

After a lot of hard work by him, he finally arrive on elysium but with certain death the only alternative, Max decides to go for glory.

This movie describes the Class Problems of the rich and the poor, the director is quite good at infiltration miscellaneous, satirical social races, class problems, and let the audience think after watching.I think you should have a go on this movie!

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