ANIARA - A Masterpiece You Haven't Seen

  • Published on: 14 February 2021
  • I normally don't make videos on movies I like, but this one didn't get the exposure it deserves. I totally understand if you decide not to watch this video and instead watch the movie for yourself (available on Amazon Prime). It'd be cool if you came back to this video afterwards though :) . In some ways this movie is more relevant now since most people feel shut off from the world due to the pandemic. I appreciate all of you that support what I do, it means a lot.

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  • Hatter stein
    Hatter stein   3 days ago

    This isnt even the WHOLE movie and im physically crying

  • Wes Clark
    Wes Clark   4 days ago

    I liked it too. There was an opera made from it by Carl Birger Blomdahl. The suite from the opera is on YouTube. Look it up.

  • Nash Dash
    Nash Dash   1 weeks ago

    I liked one tthing in particular. The MIMA. In portuguese is means something like spoil. Something like this: Você MIMA muito essa criança. You spoil that child too much. It fits the film.

  • utmattad och ledsen
    utmattad och ledsen   1 weeks ago

    I love this movie and movies featuring existential horror in general, but my god I can never believe how long the protagonists go on for. Like. If I was on that ship and then was told we had gone off course and couldn't get back on course I would go right down that sewer slide, no questions asked

  • Think PIONEERing
    Think PIONEERing   1 weeks ago

    Event Horizon 2: “Where the ship really went” … it didn’t go to hell, it just got irretrievably off course which is more or less the same thing.

  • Ace Jo
    Ace Jo   1 weeks ago

    I don't get how everybody else is ignorant of space travel. It's common knowledge for people now how far planets are. Why wouldn't it be common knowledge then? Nobody has any training on mental stability, space psychosis hasn't been weaned out for some reason. Even if the world is ending they're still going to wean out those people that can physically and psychologically make the travel and those that can't. Let alone a machine that becomes emotionally aware and suicidal. How is it her fault, It's the captain's fault for not posting guards and making sure nobody could enter, When she had already said that it was broken and needed time to reset. I'm also supposed to believe that he didn't post guards to something like that after it became broken. How is he soo stupid that didn't post guards on basically the only narcotic around. It's like opening up a marijuana dispensary without any cameras or security personnel or anything. That seriously couldn't happened because it goes against every law we have in place. That's just weed and let alone something that can actually change his what you see and how you perceive on a fundamental level. That's on a drug on a grander scale than what anything anybody has ever encountered. Peyote where you create your own reality doesn't even come close to what this machine can do. I'm supposed to believe that No security personnel.

  • FabulousJekster
    FabulousJekster   2 weeks ago

    Please watch killer mosquitos (2018) and make a video about it

  • F North
    F North   2 weeks ago

    There is something about us swedish people, we do depression really good.

  • The_IronReaper
    The_IronReaper   2 weeks ago

    the truly messed thing is that this could actually happy

  • DuckKnight
    DuckKnight   2 weeks ago

    Year 10Damn that's crazyYear 24FUCK

  • clutch2827
    clutch2827   2 weeks ago

    I discover something new every time I watch this movie.

  • Clueless
    Clueless   3 weeks ago

    this was so depressing and triggering because

  • Andy Freeman
    Andy Freeman   3 weeks ago

    Most people view themselves as gods. Obviously most don't realize this but how often were we told how special we are as kids. We don't even have free will. It's an illusion but that's what most people prefer. Illusions over the truth

  • My Autobiography A Fanfic

    I love when they make actual Science Fiction films. It's rare. Star Wars fucked it up by making people think Fantasy is Science Fiction. And since then, we closest we've had to SF is Science Fiction plus. Science Fiction plus action, Science Fiction plus romance. This and the newest Blade Runner makes me think they should give Philip K Dick, Heinlein, Ellison, Gibson heck, William S Burroughs, some time on the silver screen now. Enough time has passed.

  • Casey Peppard
    Casey Peppard   3 weeks ago

    Watched this last night and holy shit! One of the best movies I’ve seen in years.

  • Scottie Lambert
    Scottie Lambert   4 weeks ago

    Maybe because it is impossible to be saved once you vector outside of terras gravity. Once we leave you cannot come back home.

  • Devin Doherty
    Devin Doherty   4 weeks ago

    To think that they could have made the ship a solid community. They could have developed a democracy, maybe a proper labor system, clubs, local libraries... etc. It could have been something great, but the people couldn't find ways to cope. The translator had the best point, Mars probably would have been about as difficult in terms of simply surviving, so they should have made the ship a home.

  • A Ghost.
    A Ghost.   1 months ago

    That ending is basically a meme and that's hilarious

  • Nuzhar Nur
    Nuzhar Nur   1 months ago

    Wish I knew about this movie when I had the free trial on Amazon Prime. Regrets

  • Nuzhar Nur
    Nuzhar Nur   1 months ago

    I love looking at the moon and at the stars at dark nights. They're beautiful. While I stare at them my wanders always wanders off to one thought: space is a lonely place. Thinking about how small we really are makes me feel claustrophobic. Movies like Gravity solidified my admiration and fear (of loneliness I guess) of the world beyond our atmosphere. I cant even imagine how those astronauts do it

  • duddledeedo
    duddledeedo   1 months ago

    I usually love Sci fi literature and movies based off them, but I think I'm gonna sit this one out... Even though it's brilliant, it's too dark for me :(

  • Brian James
    Brian James   1 months ago

    I don't understand. The probe had fuel that was incompatible with their ship. But it still had fuel. Which means the probe itself could still be used for propulsion.

  • YAK
    YAK   1 months ago

    even this review is hard to watch

  • Nayussy succer
    Nayussy succer   1 months ago

    I haven't even watched the movie yet I feel hopelessness and dread just from this video.

  • MarsMellow
    MarsMellow   1 months ago

    I'm totally checking this out asap! Thanks for the review!!!

  • Warp Drive
    Warp Drive   1 months ago

    Sadly as humans are going to travel in space in the near future, these accidents will happen sooner or later. Floating into the vastness of space, knowing that you will die, but not immediately, is something that won't let you ever sleep peacefully for whatever remaining years you have until food, water and eventually air runs out, knowing you cannot do anything, sheer dread.

  • David Litchman
    David Litchman   1 months ago

    As a bit of trivia, the lines that MIMA speaks aloud are from the original book the movie is based on.

  • Owen Vuvuzela
    Owen Vuvuzela   1 months ago

    I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't feel any sort of existential dread from movies or media or ideas like this.

  • Basil Ciccone
    Basil Ciccone   1 months ago

    this probably makes Wall-E more interesting to rewatch with all the connections