Today’s “DAU. Natasha” & “DAU. Degeneration” are a group of people voluntarily living in a manipulated fictional world.
These two movies are darker and uglier than “The Truman Show”.
What does DAU in the movie name mean?
These are the last three letters of the name of the Soviet physicist Lev Davidovich Landau.
The director originally wanted to make a biographical documentary about Lev Davidovich Landau.
In order to make this biopic, they built a nearly 12,000 square meter scene from the former Soviet Union in the last century, which was restored 1:1.
But when the director saw this huge scene, he had a bold idea: he wanted to reproduce the real society of the former Soviet Union in the last century, and he wanted to do a real humanity experiment.
Therefore, he found many people from all walks of life and from all over the world who were interested in this project.
They volunteered to participate in this perverted experiment, and cameras were everywhere to take pictures of their lives anytime, anywhere.
Whether they are eating, sleeping, or having sex.
They can do whatever they want, except that everything from the real modern society is not allowed.
According to official disclosures, the true identities of these people include not only scientists, chefs, farmers, etc., but even criminals who murder and arson.
It can be foreseen that this experiment is destined to be non-trivial.
This is no longer a movie, this is clearly a documentary.
After the background explanation is complete, enter the feature film.
In the 1950s, there were two waitresses Natasha and Olga in the restaurant of a scientific research base in the Soviet Union.
Olga is youthful and beautiful, and Natasha is still alive.
The two of them received the scientists and executives in the base during the day, and at night they poured alcohol into each other to relieve their loneliness.
Natasha caught up with Luc, a French scientist on the base, and they had a drink all night until they got together.
The camera unreservedly recorded the process of making love with real swords and guns.
As soon as the camera turned, Natasha was taken to the torture room and asked about her relationship with the French scientist Luc.
She was torn her hair, stripped off her clothes, and abused by the intelligence chief Vladimir with the brandy bottle she had just drunk.
In the end, Natasha was forced to sign a confession that he had never done before.
In the movie, the opposition between male and female, strong and weak, the high-pressure desire for control and the rebellious desire for survival.
Such a true presentation of content makes people uncontrollable.
The second “DAU. Degeneration” no longer focuses on small scenes.
The film began to focus the camera on more people’s lives, the Al-Qaida meeting in the scene, the alcoholism and madness of young people, the frenzied human experimentation and so on.
Vladimir, the intelligence chief in the previous movie, is on the scene again this time.
He insisted that all men participate in the secret experiment of the base, in order to create “super humans.”
They were naked, wearing the same hurdle vests, plain shirts and blue pants, and receiving various trainings.
Under the pressure and madness, the man becomes extreme and crazy. I won’t go into details here, it’s too Cult.
They have transformed into beasts, only knowing to satisfy their own desires, without their own thoughts.
They have indeed regressed like this.
The movie bluntly shows how people under a system are degenerate and distorted, and it also allows you to see how people go from being hurt to being hurt to passing on the hurt.
Such an extreme expression, the description of the social system and human nature is too true and naked, and I am a little afraid to see it.
The movie is a fictitious but real world, and it is not only fictional, and even the truth may be deliberate.
In other words, maybe in the movie, even the real actors have changed unconsciously.
They have become monsters who are trying to adapt to this fictional world.
But can you say that everything in the movie is acting? Maybe the actor is living a real life.
Are they really living? Who knows that it’s not a deliberate performance?
I think it is also the question left to us by the movie, so what do you think?