Here is proof that we don't need spaceships, lasers, and giant robots for good scifi. The Man From Earth is built on one scifi assumption, that a caveman becomes immortal and is still living among us today. This basic framework is naturally ripe for the scriptwriters to explore and they do explore it skillfully. The movie is about the caveman's story being told through his eyes and we roll through hundreds years of history, culture, religion which is a fascinating and very personalized journey. Surprisingly, all of the storytelling takes place in one room. TMFE also successfully creates a campfire mood which is fitting -- given that the central character is a caveman.
[SPOILER] But that is not all. We find out caveman became many things over the years, he studied with the Buddha, and then he became Jesus! My favorite part of the movie is when he butts heads with Rome: "[he came] into the Roman Empire. He didn't like what they became--A giant killing machine. He went to the near east thinking, "[w]hy not pass the Buddha's teachings on [..] So he tried. One dissident against Rome? Rome won".
The movie is apparently on code, since Western worlds cultural tug-of-war is between Rome and Jesus, militarism and piece.
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