"Blade Runner" (1982): Directed by Ridley Scott, "Blade Runner" explores themes of artificial intelligence, identity, and the consequences of unchecked technological advancements.
"1984" (1984): Adapted from George Orwell's novel, this dystopian film directed by Michael Radford depicts a totalitarian society where surveillance and government control are omnipresent.
"The Matrix" (1999): The Wachowskis' groundbreaking film challenges our perception of reality and explores the relationship between humans and technology.
"Network" (1976): Directed by Sidney Lumet, "Network" satirizes the sensationalism of television news and the manipulation of public opinion.
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971): Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Anthony Burgess's novel delves into themes of free will, violence, and government control.
"Metropolis" (1927): Fritz Lang's silent sci-fi classic, "Metropolis," envisions a dystopian future where social inequality is rampant. Its striking visuals and commentary on class struggle