No Men Beyond This Point

April 22, 2017 - Comment

Imagine a world where, since 1953, women have been able to reproduce without men and they are no longer giving birth to male babies. Now, over 60 years later, this deadpan mocumentary follows the youngest man still alive – 37 year-old Andrew Myers. Working as a housekeeper for a family of women, Andrew finds himself

Imagine a world where, since 1953, women have been able to reproduce without men and they are no longer giving birth to male babies. Now, over 60 years later, this deadpan mocumentary follows the youngest man still alive – 37 year-old Andrew Myers. Working as a housekeeper for a family of women, Andrew finds himself at the center of a battle to prevent men from going extinct. No Men Beyond This Point is a feature film that asks the question,what would the world be like if women were in charge?

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Debbie Buckler says:

Brilliant, just brilliant Brilliant, just brilliant. Cleverly and tastefully assembled script that really puts thumb to pulse on the frustrating and sometimes hilarious dichotomy of male/female dynamics, but with a twist. A salute must go out to the brave (and obviously self-secure) men who joined in on the project (and the joke) as well. Being able to poke a little fun at themselves while playing the role with unwavering sobriety made the film both wonderfully refreshing and immensely entertaining to watch. The movie…

AlchemystAZ says:

The world needs virgin birth again. Lots of them. Right on. Men are responsible for most of the world’s problems. I am a man; surprise surprise. The main idea behind this hilarious mockumentary was first addressed in 1972 by Charles Eric Maine in his novel ALPH, released in paperback as WORLD WITHOUT MEN (with the best Ace cover art ever made, of a horny female of the far future). Maine projected that genetic engineering would attempt to care for a male embryo created by a “microcytological transfer.” It had to be guarded…

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