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When she sees the medal she is angered that he accepted a gift from his grandparents. She yells at him that she won't let his grandparents brainwash him and sends him to his room.
The next day, while Djata is playing with his friends with the football his father gave him, two bullies known as "the twins", Romulus and Remus, drive up to them, force candy on them and take Djata's ball.
Later Djata and his mother are standing on a line at the local market, but when they try to buy food they are turned away because they have been blacklisted.
Djata is sitting in his hangout when an older boy throws a dead bird with a note through the window.
Djata and his friends see the note is an invitation by the bullies to fight to get his ball back. During the fight the next day, Djata manages to get into the bullies' base, but he is caught by the twins who try to intimidate him into saying that the ball is theirs.
He refuses, breaks free and escapes with his football. When Djata returns home, his mother is trying to find a way to find his father.
She reaches out to her father-in-law but he refuses to help. Djata and his mother then visit the local General to ask for help.
The General sends Djata out of the room so she can discuss "business" with his mother. Djata wanders through the building and finds a female android who plays chess linking back to the film's opening sequence which included shots of Djata and his father playing chess , but he then hears his mother fighting off advances by the General.
They demand to leave, and the General lets them go, but only after telling Djata that he will die like his father. When they get back home Djata's mother tries to find anything and everything she can sell to buy his father's freedom.
Djata stops his mother and tells her everything will be okay. Djata decides to go with his best friend to find the treasure his father told him about.
When they find the cave, it's not full of treasure but scattered human skeletons and other rubbish. His friend becomes angry and pushes Djata into the pit.
Pickaxe finds him and tells him the government put him there to guard their secrets. Before sending him home, Pickaxe asks Djata what he's willing to sacrifice to find his father; he shows Djata that he has no eyes, and hugs him farewell.
As Djata leaves the forest, his grandfather finds him and in a panic tells him that all he wanted for his father was a better life.
When the government imprisons his father, Peter, and Djata and his mother Hannah are labeled traitors, the boy will not rest until he sees his father again.
Written by Oiffy. If not you are a traitor. Has there been a worldwide, destructive war? A deadly epidemic? Or did a world state succeed in shutting down global communication, after which they could conquer all the on high-tech depending countries by using conventional warfare?
And after this invasion, did they install a totalitarian regime? You won't get any real answers to these questions. It looks like a hermetically sealed off camp with no luxury and limited basic needs.
The regime can be called fascist. Even a sort of Hitler Youth is present. There's militaristic tradition to honor "The Homeland". The food supplies are managed according to strict rules.
And apparently, each home is equipped with an intercom system where the daily production and practical information are announced.
The Homeland is not a humanitarian society. It's a society where coercion, control and punishment are key words. And this under the eye of strategically placed surveillance cameras.
Djata Lorenzo Allchurch grows up in this commune. A continuing atmosphere of threat and oppression stands in the way of a carefree youthful life.
Mischiefs are punished severely with boxing irons. And when he tries to get a football back from some older bullies probably sons of someone high in the military hierarchy , this turns into a violent fight rather than a kind of capture-the-flag game.
In addition, his father is being arrested because of politically incorrect behavior. From then on, their live won't be made easy.
Their freedom is restricted and certain necessities are taken away from them. All this is taking place at the foot of an immense statue which can be compared In terms of dimensions with the Christ statue in Rio de Janeiro.
But in appearance, it looks like an illustration from old Russia when Marxism ruled. This image appears to be a portrait of the dictator who created this community.
However, don't expect further explanation about this. The symbolism used will obviously remind you of other past regimes. One regime stricter and more dictatorial than the other.
Despite the attempts to create a teenage atmosphere with Djata searching for a treasure, him visiting his influential grandparents and a short-lived intermezzo in a futuristic-looking building outside the guarded area, the atmosphere in this movie remains gloomy and sinister.
This is not a dystopian movie such as "The Hunger Games" or "Divergent" where a heroine overthrows the totalitarian regime.
This is a rather cynical film about a not so unthinkable world in which human freedom is non-existent. To think that in our present world there are people who actually live in such humiliating circumstances.
The only actors who looked familiar to me, were Ross Partridge and Jonathan Pryce as Djata's father and grandfather respectively. However, their roles were rather limited although of significance.
It's mainly Lorenzo Allchurch and Agyness Deyn who deliver a brilliant performance. Allchurch's naive look at the society he's living in, is gradually being replaced by a determined attitude.
Aside from Alice herself, he is one of the earliest chesspieces that are introduced into the story. Although he does not interact with Alice as much as the White Queen does, because Alice becomes a pawn on his side of the Chess-game, he is, on some levels, the most important character within the story at least as far as the game is concerned.
When Alice first sees the White King, having passed through the eponymous looking glass , he is a chesspiece of normal size, but animate, and, for whatever reason, cannot hear or see Alice at this stage.
Alice, not realising this, picks both him and the White Queen off the floor and places them on a table, leading them to believe that some unseen volcano blew them up there.
Afterwards, however, she has some mischievous fun by manipulating the King's handwriting from behind while he writes so that he comes out with nonsense in his memorandum book "the White Knight is sliding down the poker.
He balances very badly". She soon leaves him alone, however, when she sees the poetry -book in which " Jabberwocky " is written. When Alice sees the White King next, in a later chapter, he is, along with many other characters in the story, the size of a normal adult.
Humpty Dumpty , as a chesspiece, is "taken" symbolised by his notorious fall from where he sits and the White King appears with his soldiers, presumably in hopes of putting him back together.
When Haigha arrives he claims, in all seriousness, that there is "nothing like eating hay when you're feeling faint", and having eaten two ham sandwiches consumes some hay just as casually.
He expresses mixed feelings about two other characters, the Lion and the Unicorn : amusement at the fact that they are "fighting for the crown" even though it is his own crown they are fighting over, but at the same time nervousness when the "two great creatures" stand on either side of him.