When I was watching first series I seemed to be bored and even disappointed – the action was a bit slow and too family. But then next ones made me addicted to the story of dr Molly Woods, an astronaut (yes, when I was a child I dreamed of being a cosmonaut) and her family in the far far future.
The plot is really involving and unpredictable. I enjoy the play of Hale Berry and the development of her character. I still do not know how it is going to finish, but I like the inventions of the future like manicure-machine, almost human robots, printers of clothes.
I must say, any film whether it is about future or present or past is about relations and inner appeals of each human being. Who we are, what is important in our lives, can family fulfill the constant inner drive to the unknown? These are the questions I read in this film.
Besides those interfaces, the cloud services, the bio-molecular topics follow me from series to series, I get quite familiar with them and like them.
December in Carpatia is full of emotions, insights and talks. Why those “humanics” are sometimes more human and creative than us, human beings? Well, I suspect, I know why. Human beings are very complex beings. Our Ego can kill all the best in us – our creativity, our honesty, our relations with our higher nature. We become concentrated on the questions of SURVIVAL. But this is another story.