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Humanity - The Movie

Humanity - The Movie is the bazaar way of writing a movie. There are several alternative scenes to each scene title, and each scene can be rendered into several versions. It is a parody of humanity, and modern life in particular. It tells the story of a day in the life of a Semitic city, circa 500 B.C., through its elements: the Cathedral, the Bazaar, the Well, the Wall, the Gate, etc. The plot is built so that each scene is relatively indpendant of the other scenes.

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  •  30 Oct 2001 11:37

    Release Notes: Most of the scenes that have been contemplated are in place, making this a release candidate for Humanity 0.2.0.

    •  26 Oct 2001 10:59

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      26 Oct 2001 13:51 homeless

      Re: What's the hell is this

      > % This is not the right place to annouce this kind of *****
      >
      > I don't think it is the wrong place for this and I'd like to explain why:
      >
      > 1. "Humanity" is distributed under the Open Content License....
      %
      > 2. "Humanity" aims to be a collaborative project....
      >
      > 3. Humanity can be viewed and read just fine on Linux.


      And for these reasons and more it looks to be a fantastic idea. Best of luck!

      26 Oct 2001 09:37 shlomif

      Re: What's the hell is this

      > This is not the right place to annouce
      > this kind of *****


      I don't think it is the wrong place for this and I'd
      like to explain why:

      1. "Humanity" is distributed under the Open
      Content License, and is thus "open art" or "free
      art". There have been numerous other instances of
      such things here like fortune collections, or images
      collections, etc.

      2. "Humanity" aims to be a collaborative project,
      where more than one person will collaborate on the
      same script. While it is not a software project, it is
      still a project nonetheless.

      3. Humanity can be viewed and read just fine on
      Linux.

      If you want to continue this flame-war - E-mail me.

      26 Oct 2001 09:13 shlomif

      Re: cathedral?

      > In a Semitic city, 500 BC, huh? :-)
      > Alright, I suppose it's a game.


      Actually, the "cathedral" is an altar with a
      priest...;-)

      But it is being refered to as a cathedral in the
      scene's title.

      26 Oct 2001 08:43 carnifun

      What's the hell is this
      This is not the right place to annouce this kind of *****

      26 Oct 2001 08:28 kenyap

      cathedral?
      In a Semitic city, 500 BC, huh? :-) Alright, I suppose it's a game.

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