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Welcome to the year 2022! Oceans are dying, pollution clogs the atmosphere, and Earth is ravaged by poverty, overpopulation, and depleted resources. In the dystopian hellhole, a detective discovers a shocking secret about the world’s food supply.
USA, 1973, Richard Fleischer
Welcome to the year 2022! The oceans are dying, pollution clogs the atmosphere, and Mother Earth is ravaged by poverty, overpopulation, and depleted resources. In the dystopian hellhole that is 2022 New York City, a veteran police detective (Charlton Heston) who’s investigating the murder of a wealthy businessman stumbles upon a shocking secret about the world’s food supply. With Edward G. Robinson (his final role). DCP. 100 min.
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