The Future Is Now!
The Future Is Now! (2011)

A vivacious reporter (Liane Balaban) strives to reconnect a bewildered Man of Today (Paul Ahmarani) with contemporary society by speaking with a multitude of artists, scientists, and philosophers including Rivka Galchen, Alain de Botton,… More

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Liam Lacey
Globe and Mail

The viewer's attention is torn between the breezy philosophical chat and a sense of awe at the filmmakers' travel budget.

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S. James Wegg

... here's a film that can't help to provoke further discussion, with family, friends (and, hopefully, like-minded strangers) but might also lead to some solitary self-searching, or is that what we are afraid of most?

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Norman Wilner
NOW Toronto

[Turns] a talking-heads documentary into a more accessible entertainment.

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