It is sort of like Joan Rivers’ Rabbit Test (her only film as a director), except more apocalyptic and dystopian. It is something like the year 2525 and men are still barely alive, but apparently women have not survived. Two desperate outlaw researchers try to rectify the sorry state of the human condition, but it won’t be pretty in Antonio Padovan’s short film Eveless (trailer here), which screens during the inaugural Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.
Apparently, a sinister monolithic corporation has taken control over human reproduction, because having a lot of consumers out there spending money is bad for business. Go figure that one. The upshot remains depressingly clear. There are no women left in the world. Hoping to strike a revolutionary blow, Man 1 is conducting a radical experimental procedure on Man 2. However, neither the sanitary conditions or their respective psychological states inspire a great deal of confidence.