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Türkü over 1 year ago
awesome story.
Rosalio Galvan almost 3 years ago
like a twilight zone episode
Matt Campbell 3 years ago
on paper, this could be an episode of a 90s scifi anthology show but it works really well
Jennifer Pease almost 4 years ago
I love this movie. It is wonderful philosophical look at "what if someone was immortal"
Andrés Botero over 4 years ago
No need of overdone flashbacks or CGI, just a controversial, nicely extrapolated story.
Zach Sly over 5 years ago
What feels like a "made for TV" film is surprisingly deep and intricately thought out.
Robyn Hamilton almost 6 years ago
Shows the power of good writing. Enthralling despite taking place in one room.
Joshua Alan Bies almost 6 years ago
A must see for all open minded!!
Sai Prasad Iyer J almost 6 years ago
Loved the new concept
Ben Emmel 6 years ago
Like one of your late night college discussions, filmed in made-for-TV quality
Jonathan Sundqvist over 6 years ago
This is some amazing storytelling.
nathanaelgrey over 6 years ago
interesting take on storytelling, an exciting story told through a discussion in a room
Tasos Papalias over 6 years ago
One of my favourite films!
Grace Kelly almost 7 years ago
Poor quality, badly-acted, pseudo-intellectual ranting, raving nonsense. Waste of time.
Heath S almost 7 years ago
Once you have seen it you know the plot but great it was never the less.
Brandon Lee 7 years ago
Despite it's low production value, and some corny dialogue I found it very compelling
James Vennebush over 7 years ago
great movie - a really good thought provoking story. Makes you think.
Sarah Trainor over 7 years ago
mind blowing through and through
Jonas Bengtsson over 7 years ago
Really good writing is above anything else. This film proves that.
Julia Rose over 7 years ago
Kind of cool, kind of boring. Watched it under duress, wouldn't watch it again.
The Man from Earth is a 2007 science fiction film written by Jerome Bixby and directed by Richard Schenkman. The film stars David Lee Smith as John Oldman, the protagonist of the story. The screenplay for this movie was conceived by Jerome Bixby in the early 1960s and was completed on his death bed in April 1998, making it his final piece of work. The movie gained recognition in part for being widely distributed through Internet peer-to-peer networks and its producer publicly thanked users of these networks for this. The plot focuses on John Oldman, a departing university professor who claims to be a Cro-Magnon (or Magdalenian caveman) who has somehow survived for over 14,000 years. The only setting is in and around Oldman's house during his farewell party, with the plot advancing through intellectual arguments between Oldman and his fellow faculty. The movie begins with Professor John Oldman (David Lee Smith) packing his belongings onto his truck, preparing to move to a new home. His...
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