I watched a new NZ TV One series called "This is not my life" last night. It was pretty good. The NZ Herald review called the fictional "Waimoana" neighborhood "dystopia not utopia" and I agree. The 2 hour preview did a great job poking at what a green utopian type of life might be in a near NZ future. It was frightening = a good thriller.
The main character wakes up in a "perfect" world with complete amnesia. His home, family, neighborhood, job and local 24 store are all a "perfect" green dreamland... which he is prevented from leaving. Resistance is futile.
Even near the end, when a boy he has tried to help mysteriously vanishes but is quickly replaced with another boy, ala Stepford, he acknowledges it, yet meagerly wonders why he has accepted it?
Mind control,literally, through some type of computer chip (?) "they" have implanted in his brain... We'll have to keep watching to find out who "they" are...
Citing the tactics and goals of Green groups as explained by their own activists and leaders, Green Hell demonstrates:
* How Green pressure campaigns threaten the safety of your home and your car, and public health overall