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Shit's scary. It's a lot of extra things to coordinate in the very limited time we have. But as scary as it is, the fear of what'll happen if we don't change something is even worse.
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References: what other works of art, cinematic, pictorial, literary, did this film bring to mind, and why?
This movie refers a lot to the black-and-white Hollywood monster movies and “Justice League vs. The Communists!” comics that were popular during that era, and Bird faithfully maintained some aspects of those pieces of media while subverting, analyzing, and commenting on others. The film’s score, as already mentioned, is directly evocative of the classical and orchestral music genres. If you like the idea of 1950s Americana combined with soul-crushing nuclear apocalypse, but want to see more of the nuclear apocalypse part, consider playing the video game Fallout 3.
...So yeah, as you can see, we're having the time of our lives over here and not overworked/falling behind at all. The only comfort is knowing that in six weeks, this will be all over. We'll be able to go home and kinda relax and maybe, maybe be able to play some of those games we bought like four months ago.