More people voted for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump. Over One Hundred Million Voters Did Not Vote. 25% of the eligible voters elected DT. On one dimension, this outcome was about those aligned consciously and subconsciously with Nurture, Equality and Systemic Truth vs those deeply programmed subconsciously by community, culture and media against NETS — toward false hopes and false prophets.

On another dimension, the NETS majority lost the election because of a massive endemic failure to communicate. The excellent movie we recommend you see after the election trauma, Arrival, along with powerful reminders of the harm DT and his disciples can wreak,   Moonlight, and Loving, tells the story of how alien beings, yes, we are all alien to each other, struggle to communicate and find our way. We call ourselves human beings but we can easily think of ourselves as alien beings. The majesty of the movie Arrival is that is informs us about the essence of meaningful life, and introduces the concept of DYNAMIC SEMIOTICS, a more advanced language capable of enabling aliens such as those of us from inner space and those nerdy heptopods from outer space to communicate more wholly, more systemically, more deeply about what matters. If US and THEM cannot communicate, we will forever remain US vs THEM, and we all lose. That is why we are leading the world toward a better multimedia language to bridge the massive gap between LEARNING THE MEANING OF LIFE, NETS, and the ANCIENT ALIEN LIZARD BRAIN deeply embedded within us.

Douglas Rushkoff Introduces Our Big Bold Project – Dynamic Semiotics

 

We all have experienced movies that have influenced us, moved us, changed us, made us view ourselves or our world differently. Here is our initial list of movies we would want everyone in the world to experience before they reach the age of 18 – before they irrevocably launch themselves into a trajectory for the rest of their lives. Movies are Media Enabled Life (:MEL:). Video games are Computer Aided Life (:CAL:).

Our criteria is that the movie has to engage the viewer, has to express itself with meanings that deviate from inherited patterns of superficial understanding, and has to possess universal transformational qualities aligned with NETS.

NETS-daily-y-twoNurture

Enabling oneself to reach our potential
Enabling others to reach their potential
Enabling life on earth to reach its potential

Equality

Experiencing & Understanding Inclusiveness
Experiencing & Understanding Difference
Experiencing & Understanding Human Relationships & Human Valuing

Truth

Experiencing & Understanding Life on Earth
Experiencing & Understanding Science and Knowledge
Experiencing & Understanding Systems & Complexity


Here is our initial movie list – in no particular order. Please share your thoughts on Media Enabled Life with all of us. Can movies move us to action?

We know this list is US-centric and Hollywood centric. Identify mainstream and independent movies throughout the world with the power to move us toward NETS.

 

The Human Experience
28 Up
The Grapes of Wrath
The Shawshank Redemption
Beginners
Field of Dreams
American Beauty
Parenthood
It’s a Wonderful Life
The Good The Bad and The Ugly
Moonrise Kingdom
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Floating Weeds
Blade Runner
Lawrence of Arabia
Angela’s Ashes
There Will be Blood
Local Hero
UP
Little Miss Sunshine
Amour
Stand By Me
Grand Canyon
When Night is Falling
Lilya 4-Ever
Pan’s Labyrinth
City of God
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
The 400 Blows
The Bicycle Thief
Yi Yi
Death of a Salesman
Scenes from a Marriage
A Separation
The Fixer
A Single Man
Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight
All is Lost
Wall-e
Thrive
Pay It Forward
V for Vendetta
Koyaanisqatsi

Force Majeure
Boyhood
Inside Out

Truth & Systems
Being There
An Inconvenient Truth
The Matrix
The Corporation
The End of Poverty?
Dirt
Baraka
Gasland
Z
The King of Hearts
Contagion
The Times of Harvey Milk
Man With a Movie Camera
Fahrenheit 9/11
High School
Guns, Germs and Steel
Life in a Day
3 Days of the Condor
Home
Princess Mononoke
Spirited Away
The Best Man
Rashomon
The Story of Stuff (the Story of Cosmetics, the Story of Bottled Water, the Story of Solutions, the Story of Electronics)
Empire of Silver

Justice
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Thin Blue Line
12 Angry Men (1957)
M
House of Sand and Fog
Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills

Hate & War
The Battle of Algiers
Hotel Rwanda
All Quiet on the Western Front
Waltz With Bashir
Saving Private Ryan
Invisible Children
Apocalypse Now
The Act of Killing
Dr. Strange Love or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Battle Ship Potemkin
Incendies
The Lives of Others
The Sacrifice

Equality
Loving
Moonlight
Avatar
Half The Sky
Philadelphia
One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
Dances With Wolves
Shoah
The Color Purple
Precious
The Education of Little Tree
Brokeback Mountain
Au Revoir Les Enfants
Clean, Shaven
And The Band Played On
How to Survive a Plague
Pleasantville
Black (2005)
Metropolis
The Intouchables
Blue is the Warmest Color
We Were Here
Paris is Burning
12 Years a Slave
Gandhi

Dear White People
Pride

The Meaning of Life
The Tree of Life
Wizard of Oz
A Christmas Story
Waking Life
2001
Ship of Theseus
Angels in America
Melancholia
Ikiru
The Wind Rises
Wings of Desire

Please share with all of us the movies you wish the world could see. Help create an inclusive list of media enabled experiences that move us away from SLANT.

RESOURCES:
Films for Action
Free Documentaries
Watch Free Independent Movies
Envision
Social Change Film Festival & Institute
California Newsreel
See Change Films
Chicago International Social Change Film Festival

 


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One thought on “Some NETS Movies We Recommend For The Hillary Majority

  1. Thanks Dan. We have added V for Vendetta, Pay it Forward, Thrive and The Story of Stuff. We think years of curriculum can be organized around the shared experiences of “movies” and “rich media”.

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