It’s not entirely clear what technology is behind the bizarre events at the 2019 Vivarium, but it’s certainly affecting the lives of the reluctant new homeowners and parents of Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) and Gemma (Imogen Poots) extremely negatively. ways. Director Lorcan Finnegan fills his extremely unnerving film with clues as to who – or rather, what – is behind There, the strange development community that Eisenberg and Poots are trapped in and where they are later forced to raise the strange boy.
Everything in the residential complex at first glance seems ordinary, but at a second glance it turns out to be unreal. The food looks delicious but tastes terrible, the clouds in the sky are eerily perfect and still, and even the ground they walk on is malleable and leads to terrifying alternate dimensions. Their “son”, who arrives in a mysterious box outside their home, grows from a baby to a man in a matter of months and exhibits frightening alien behavior, such as speaking in an adult voice, running on all fours, and blowing air sacs in his throat.
The horrors in Vivarium are less concrete than in M3GAN – it is the product of scientific research that goes awry, but the technology on display in Yonder is complex and refuses to follow the rules of reality. His seemingly limitless ability to trap and enslave anyone unfortunate enough to stray into his confines pushes him beyond mere technological phobia into a realm of living nightmare.
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