Annihilation and Ex Machina director Alex Garland on using sci-fi to explore self-destruction

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The English filmmaker Alex Garland has the right to demonstrate a bit of creative ego. After finding success with his first novel, The Beach, at age 26, he went on to write screenplays, writing the favorites of the genre 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd. It passed without problems to the direction of Ex Machina, a cerebral and stimulating look of the artificial intelligence, the personal agency and what it means to be human. But in a Beverly Hills interview about her most recent film, Annihilation, she was confident but surprisingly humble. He characterizes his successes as the result of creative collaboration, far from the solitary writing that launched his career.
Adapted from the novel of the same name by Jeff VanderMeer, Annihilation follows …

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