Watch Division 19 2019 Full Movie Online Free Streaming<> : In 2039, jails have been turned into online portals where the public gets to choose what prisoners eat, wear, watch and who they fight. So successful is Panopticon TV, it is about to be rolled out to a whole town, providing subscribers even more choice.
Division 19 is an upcoming British-American dystopian political thriller film directed and written by S. A. Halewood. The film stars Linus Roache, Clarke Peters, Alison Doody and Jamie Draven.
Among avowed nerds, pedantic debate is inevitable– indeed, to some it’s the main attraction– but one thing is certain: the vast majority of science fiction stories fall somewhere on an agreed-upon spectrum. On one end is so-called “Hard Sci-Fi”– stories founded on a scientific “What If?” which follow their premise to its logical conclusion. Most of H.G. Wells’s stories constitute hard sci-fi (How would aliens cope with earth’s atmosphere? What would it be like to be invisible?), as do such heady blockbusters as Interstellar or Arrival. The other end of the spectrum, naturally, is “Soft Sci-Fi,” which, genre snobs will note, are mostly fantasy stories which happen to rely on sci-fi tropes– this is where much of Jules Verne’s work falls, as well, of course, as Star Wars. Somewhere along this metaphorical density scale, however, is something different: the allegorical sci-fi tale. Like hard sci-fi, these stories tackle big ideas, but like soft sci-fi, the science itself is frequently beside the point. The point, rather, is to use science fiction concepts to point a mirror back at society. They may be set in the distant future, but they’re about the right fucking now. It is here that we find Division 19, the new film from British director (and star of Boston SciFi’s Women In Film night) S.A. Halewood. The film opens on a black screen, with a voice belittling you, specifically, for sitting on your butt all day and staring at your phone. The setting is a not terribly far-fetched future in which the media landscape is dominated by a network called “PanopticonTV.” Panopticon’s primary source of programming is the prison system; thanks to an endless series of hidden cameras, convicts are unwittingly turned into reality superstars.
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