Be prepared going to see this film, it's depressing and heavy on your mind, and it demands your full attention.It's one of those rare films who dares to challenge the audience, and by doing so, taking a huge risk, and a 155 million dollar risk at that.
I have seen this film three times in the cinema, in 3D, 2D and 4DX.
And one of the things i have noticed with this film, is that it's not the time in the cinema that takes up my time, It's the hours upon hours in between spent thinking about the film, that is the real time consumer.
People left the cinema feeling confused and even depressed, but the movies planted a seed which then grew for years. BR2049 is no exception, this movie will without doubt live on to be interpreted, analyzed and discussed for decades to come.
The story continues from the original, but stands completely on it's own, it tells a new story that directly interlink with the original, but without trying to be a copy, it's a natural continuation in the same universe.
These short films describes some of what happened in between 20. People are desperate and lost, law enforcement can barely keep anything together, and only a small spark can set of total disaster, which is looming just around every corner.