Eloise. Age: 28.
Sergeant: Next week, we leave for the front. The object will be to kill as many Frenchmen as possible. Naturally, they are going to try and kill as many Russians as possible. If we kill more Frenchmen, we win.
London. Age: 29.
Movie Gadget Friday: The Orgasmatron from Sleeper
I'm not a great fan of slapstick or of Woody Allen, but no movie gadget series would be complete without the inclusion of the orgasmatron — the made-up gadget which has caught the publics imagination like no other, and continues to represent an imaginary benchmark for 'marital aids'. Sleeperreleased inand typically loaded with the obsessions and neurosis of the time, is not such a bad film when you consider the competition in Comedy Sci-Fi — a genre that contains some of the worst excrement ever committed to celluloid. Allen plays Miles Monro, independent health-food shop owner, who is cryogenically frozen with the help of tin foil following a hashed operation on an ulcer. He is revived in to find himself the only untagged citizen in a totalitarian state, filled with robot dogs and gigantic fruit.
Skyla. Age: 31.
Robots, phantom limbs and a nostril-powered digital painting take center stage at Ars Electronica Organizers for the digital arts festival, a longtime magnet for madcap interactive designers, describe this year's exhibition as "a response to impending doom. Repair, rethink, reinvent. Staged in an abandoned tobacco plant called the Tabakfabrik, Repair features more than installations and events.
Sleeper is one of Woody Allen's funniest films - a science-fiction satirical comedy classic and screwball comedy about the dystopic future years ahead during a totalitarian, police-state regime in the year - with Dixieland and swing music from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the New Orleans Funeral Ragtime Orchestra. The futuristic world in the 22nd century had magnified all of the worst traits of current society, including hedonism, materialism, and a complete reversal of common vices i. Allen's sole sci-fi film was loosely based upon H. Wells' rewritten dystopian novel "The Sleeper Awakes" based on Wells' own earlier serialization "When the Sleeper Wakes" from