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The Philosophers / After the Dark (2013)
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Directed by: John Huddles
Script by: John Huddles
Status: Premiere 21. 08. 2013 (Germany)
Genre: Fantasy, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Runtime: 106 min
Production Studio: An Olive Branch Productions
Country: USA, Indonesia
Co-Stars: Sophie Lowe, Bonnie Wright, Rhys Wakefield
Role: Prof. Erik Zimit
Plot: At an international school in Jakarta, a philosophy teacher challenges his class of twenty graduating seniors to choose which ten of them would take shelter underground and reboot the human race in the event of a nuclear apocalypse.
Trivia & Facts
- Film locations: Jacarta, Mount Bromo, Prambanan Temple (Indonesia)
- Premiered in US cinemas as After the Dark in February 2014
James D'Arcy: They offered me the role and simultaneously sent pictures of the locations we would be filming in. And so having seen those, I was desperate for the script to be half good! But to my total delight, it was a complex, interesting, challenging and rather epic indie.
Jacob Artist: It’s a very fresh and cool take on the whole apocalypse genre. You get to chronicle everything through 20 philosophy students and see how this adventure plays out with such an interesting group dynamic.
Quotes from the film:
Prof. Zimit: Each card has a profession. Based on that profession your colleagues are going to make decisions concerning you bunker worthiness.
The teacher, excellently played by James D'Arcy, who does not hesitate to test the students, even blackmailing them, trying to bring up their limit --- Sitges Film Festival review
Thanks to consistently really good young actors and a wonderfully ominous James D'Arcy there's not a dull moment with "The Philosophers" --- Fantasy Film Festival review
Mega-actor James D'Arcy plays a wonderfully creepy professor who you're never quite sure of --- www.quietearth.us
D’Arcy’s weird mixture, which makes him seem like a child of Ms. Frizzle and Willy Wonka, with the dad’s humor dominating, is just as much troubling as enchanting --- amari-sali.blogspot.com