For definitions of dystopian please see the article dystopia.
A typical dystopian film is one which is often, but not always, set in the future, in a society where the government is corrupt and/or ineffectual. The world within the film often has nightmare-like qualities, though it also usually includes elements of contemporary society. Often, dystopian films function as radical political commentary and as a warning against some element of contemporary society.
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