In post-apocalyptic stories, the end of the world has usually come about suddenly and dramatically – a nuclear war, perhaps, or a zombie plague, or a robot uprising.
Turn on the news any day of the week, though, and it can start to feel like we’ve already begun our slow, inexorable decline. Like we’re in a pre-apocalyptic age, even if we haven’t quite grasped it yet.
In Downsizing, directed by Alexander Payne, scientists have come up with a radical solution that has the potential to save the world: Shrink humans down to approximately 0.0367% of their body mass, greatly reducing our carbon footprint. Read more…
Article by Angie Han, Read more on http://mashable.com/2017/09/08/downsizing-movie-review/