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Husbands and wives swap partners, do drugs and binge drink with their year-olds. But aside from these moments of comic relief, the film paints a gloomy picture of life in a world with no future.
Suicides are commonplace; so are mobs, murder and destruction. Some characters, unable to cope, simply carry on with their now-pointless jobs or routines. Others get baptized, while most seek a final slice of happiness, such as in the form of a new friend.
Are these reactions realistic? How would we really react if we foresaw our own end?
A wide range of responses are probable, he said, but rather than taking a defeatist attitude, belief in an impending apocalypse instills most people with a deep sense of purpose. How Would You React?Are You Looking For Some New Friends I Am
For members Seeknig these groups, the process Meet local singles Fort Wright getting one's life in order normally involves putting oneself back into what he or she considers to be a right relationship with God, Seeking a friend which could end up through repentance, confession, adopting upp new way of life, and so on.
By far the least realistic aspect of the film is the assumption that society's infrastructure would continue as usual, giving people a platform on which to carry out their end-of-the-world activities.
It is interesting to consider how reactions would change if the date of doomsday were more distant. Follow Natalie Wolchover on Twitter nattyover.
Natalie Wolchover was a staff writer for Live Science from to She hold a bachelor's degree in physics from Tufts University and has studied physics at the University of California, Berkeley. By Natalie Wolchover June 18,