“Antarctic” — Michelangelo Antonioni



6 thoughts on ““Antarctic” — Michelangelo Antonioni”

  1. They will melt thus creating major earth and water movements such as floods, tidal waves, and earthquakes. The earth may come together or at least threatened countries may unite in a concerted effort to save major cities and land. Or the opposite will happen: in the struggle for survival, stronger countries may obliterate weaker ones. Much of the world as we know it will disappear or change. Civilizations will be lost. Countries will be lost. Our way of life will be lost. Countless lives will be lost. Then everything will start again. So it goes. It’s happened before. Over and over.


    1. I didn’t detect a mote – I thought it was part of a trick question. Does any one know if the earth’s circumference is expanding? If so, would the glacier keep up? We are losing the Moon as I write this.


  2. Sentence 3: The audience will eventually leave. Those that don’t will die of old age. A select few will sit and wonder when the main feature will begin. Andy Warhol will rise from the grave to do a remake of Empire State Building. The camera will run out of memory, but no one will know the difference.


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