Rubicon (2004)

Simon Tarr paints a stunning, sweeping technohistory of the human race, from birth to obsolescence.
Sacred geometry and ominous CGI intertwine with a retelling of the story of Noah to illuminate the illusion of authority and the nature of autonomy in the contemporary digital sphere

The film takes its name from a river in Italy that Julius Ceasar crossed in battle and found himself unable to turn back; this notion frames the filmmaker's presentation of his skepticism regarding the relationship between humanity and technology.
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