World of Tomorrow (2015)

After watching Spawn, I went looking through My List and I wanted to watch something with a visible percent match (56 or greater) and ended up picking World of Tomorrow.

Emily (Winona Mae) a.k.a. Emily Prime

I was initially surprised to find that it was only 17 minutes long, because having previously read the movie's description on Netflix, I was expecting an hour-long film.

With that being said, I mostly enjoyed the film's story, dialogue, and artwork - even though sometimes the story lacked cohesion. Maybe I just didn't fully understand. For example, why did the future Emily seem to lack a personality. I thought she was suppose to be an ongoing clone of the original Emily.

Third-generation clone of Emily (Julia Pott) and a clone of David.

Overall, if you like science fiction stories, perhaps you'd enjoy World of Tomorrow, but I make no guarantees.

Netflix determined the movie for me as a 61% match. I decided to give the movie neither a thumbs up nor a thumbs down.

Instant Comments:
"I had lunch today."

"Do you like my cars?"

Watched 20170708 (Netflix, Instant)
World of Tomorrow (2015) Don Hertzfeldt. 17 min

Emily Prime

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