The deceit of deceiving deception, intertwined with another deceit.
A paradoxical comedy, but fun.
Said by the finance magnate protagonist of the film:
“For a few immortals to continue to live, the mortals must die.”
The rise in prices, which in the movie pays in time, or minutes, days, years, is a precise maneuver of the financial system to bring the poor to death when it is necessary for the well-being of the rich: the people on whose watch tattooed on the arm, end their gained time thath they erned working or stealing in the ghettos they live in, they die.
Zero time means zero life, as in our world zero money means zero life.
This film is a sharp metaphor of our social system that continues to make people live in hunger, poverty, and hope to live better one day before they die.
Whenever humanity encounters something new, the first thing you can do is put in jail, use her as a guinea pig, exploit it to the death.
In extreme situations, it creates solidarity among different species in order to exercise the right to freedom: this is a hymn to life.
Perseverance in building a working system is admirable; but the tenderness of the love story between two men, hidden from the eyes of the world, sharing a private life as well as that work, is touching.
I find it so sad and unfair that two people who love each other deeply they are forced to hide their feelings, to escape the public morals crucifixion, because the obtuse mentality and hypocrisy of a society built by the false morality.
Everyone has the right to love those who genuinely want and everyone has the right to be himself.