Watched the movie last night and I gotta say I was pleasantly surprised and thought the movie was well done. Though personally I wish they included an extra 30 minutes explaining
how the accident occurred, how they created an upside down city of Aiga and how many years it took for the totalitarian government to wipe away the history of who the inverted ones truly are
>I can't unseen Rei and Shinji. Fuck, I don't think I can do this.
>we will never get a sequel about a society living in pic related while having the power to actively choose their gravity
They could simply shackle one of them to the ground (preferably the girl) and have it.
It is too much of a pain so it wouldn't work. Blow jobs and kissing would be fucking weird as well.
Neat concept, but the world and the characters were so flat and boring that it was hard to feel any kind of excitement watching the movie. Scenes like the kids going to school on a fucking conveyor belt to hamfistedly illustrate "muh totalitarian society with no individualism" were so over-the-top and made the movie even harder to take seriously.
That soundtrack was fucking incredible though.
Im gonna spoiler it.
At one point in time while working on a perpetual energy machine using antimatter, someone fucked up majorly and caused a localized antigravity well which fucked everything up. Gravity,t hough, is a bad way to put it because its more like the affected people and objects ignore gravity in its entirety.
Just build a room with a low ceiling and supported platforms coming from top and bottom.
Bam, easy sexytime.
Wait a second
>both reverts and normalverts put together resources to build a perpetual motion machine that spins itself by falling into eachother's gravity
>a new age for humanity is born
>everyone can live together in harmony in space because no gravity
Pretty good movie. Unfortunately, when they landed on their "sun" I thought it was another planet seemingly uninhabited and for some reason I didn't piece it together until after the fact. So a lot of the intricacies were lost on me.
The whole perspective switching seemed fairly coherent to me, IDK what you guys are talking about.