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Certified Fresh with 95% on Rotten Tomatoes!
New York, an alternate present: the quantum computing revolution has begun and investors are lining their pockets in the quantum trading market. Building the network, though, requires miles of infrastructure to be laid between huge magnetic cubes by “cablers” – unprotected gig workers who compete against robots to pull wires over rough terrain.
Queens delivery man Ray Tincelli (Dean Imperial) is skeptical of new technology, and the buy-in to start cabling is steep, but he struggles to support himself and his ailing younger brother, who suffers from a mysterious illness. So when Ray scores a shady permit, he believes their fortunes may have finally changed. What he doesn’t expect is to be pulled into a conspiracy involving hostile cablers, corporate greed, and the mysterious “Lapsis” who may have previously owned his medallion. Called “a smart class-conscious sci-fi parable” by The Hollywood Reporter, LAPSIS is a darkly comic and timely look at the gig economy and the failed utopian promises of big tech.
USA, 2020, 108 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Noah Hutton
“It's a sharp, progressively-minded satire with sci-fi elements that would make an interesting double feature with Boots Riley's more outrageous but similarly pissed-off ‘Sorry To Bother You.’”– Katie Rife, AV CLUB
“Minimalist science fiction that sticks with you... and gives you a lot to chew on.”– Roger Moore, MOVIE NATION
“A refreshing instance of world building where the emphasis is on satirical wit, activist smarts and character, it feels like one of those movies we'll be looking at decades from now...”– Robert Abele, LOS ANGELES TIMES
“It reveals its secrets almost in passing. A world away from the clichés of popular science fiction, this is the real thing.”– Jennie Kermode, EYE FOR FILM
“A smart, class-conscious sci-fi parable.”– John DeFore, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“It's a striking critique of the gig economy but framed in a fun, intriguing, lo-fi adventure.”– Adam Patterson, FILM PULSE