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In a dry and dusty post-apocalyptic world, two wayfarers wander aimlessly until Leif finds a copy of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Using the world around him to interpret what he reads, Leif allows the book to challenge the beliefs, friendship, and even the very survival of these two divergent travelers. Written by
I saw this movie at the Premier in Columbus, Mississippi. I was not really sure what to expect, as the only thing I knew was the film was post apocalyptic and had something to do with the book, the Wizard of Oz. I couldn't really wrap my mind on how those 2 things were going to work together. But they did! Writer, producer, and director, Michael Williams, took the concept of 2 guys wandering through the world alone, looking for others and then finding hope through a copy of the Wizard of Oz that was found. The film portrays 2 people who look to each other for survival, as well as companionship. Parts of the book are read throughout the film. At some point, you begin to feel like there really might be an Ozland out there. To find out if the 2 companions, found Ozland, you must watch the end of the movie. The end really makes you think on several different levels. The scenery was realistic, with a feel of mid-western dusty, lonely, stretches of nothing but emptiness. The actors were convincing in their emotions and conversations, and they were realistic in their overall look and costumes. Overall, Williams has created a real gem using The Wizard of Oz as a catalyst for hope in an otherwise desolate world.
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