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Topic - Suzy Kolber
A disheveled man staggers along a beach at sunset, swigging from a half-drained bottle of liquor, lamenting an unhinged, overpopulated world in which aging has been cured by science, like polio. Next comes a quick-cut montage of explosions, rioting and magnified blood cells, topped off by a blooming mushroom cloud and giant block letters reading "POSTMORTAL."
"I think the way I felt about it at the time was, he's a really good guy having a bad moment that happened to be captured on national television," she says in the film.