“No Look Up” and the War of Narratives between Conservatives and Progressives

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A comet is on a collision course with the Earth. The world will end. Humanity will be extinct. Faced with the discovery, scientists first celebrate and then try to communicate to authorities. Or rather, the highest authority on the planet, the president of the United States. Who, however, is more concerned about the comet’s negative effects on her image.

From there, Adam McKay composes a scenario in which superficiality and futility reign, with space for scientism and even eugenics. “

Don’t Look Up

”, theme of the Quarantine Cult #80, it was a blockbuster and shared critics across the political spectrum – quite a feat for a comedy these days.

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