The Sex Machine (1975)

R   |    |  Comedy, Sci-Fi


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In 2037, depletion of natural fuels has ended electrical power throughout the world. No light, no heat, no TV. Until a team of award-winning scientists succeeds in harnessing energy from the world's oldest source of reciprocating motion.


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24 January 1999 | scooter-43
10
| Social-SF criticism
The most important aspect of this film, is hidden at the beginning. Only after the half of the movie has gone, you discover that you are challenged to take a position on an underlying social problem. The position that the church takes on the fact that for the survival of the human race and the glory of the government, "the people have to make ONLY sex and not make any children". And of course, the church complies with the idea, discarding all the writings. And this is good. That's how the church, any church should behave. For the good of the human race and not for it's own good.

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