2047: VIRTUAL REVOLUTION REVIEWED
“2047: Virtual Revolution” is a fascinating concept. A group of hackers are attacking virtual worlds where future societies flee to thrive. Unfortunately, these attacks have been successful. A crafty detective is assigned to their case, as he fights his way through how much is corporate shenanigans and how much is real activist attacks. If the film had only taken 30 minutes, I would’ve been pumped up for 2047. Unfortunately, 2047: Virtual Revolution kinda doesn’t know how to manage its time.
When it’s not world building, it’s trying to infer relationships. If that isn’t happening, then the movie believes that the entire audience gets the concept of the Verses. The material is pretty thick, but it’s there to be enjoyed. Give it a shot.
- 1 hr and 32 mins
- Not Rated
- Lidderdalei Productions
RELEASE DATE: 6/12/18
- Film Score - 85%85%
The Plot Thus Far
The highly acclaimed sci-fi noir thriller 2047 : Virtual Revolution, starring sci-fi icon Jane Badler (“V”) and Mike Dupod (“Arrow”), premieres on VOD June 12 from Lidderdalei Productions.
The year is 2047. Most of the world’s population live inside corporate-controlled virtual worlds and drift further out of touch with reality. Nash, a private investigator/ mercenary is hired to track down a group of hackers who are disrupting and terrorizing the virtual space in a bid to free human beings from their online prisons.
Guy-Roger Duvert’s stunning sci-fi thriller, the recipient of over 40 awards, including Best Film at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and Best Feature at Dragon Con, makes its long-awaited premiere on VOD June 12.