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Thread: Atheist Fiction - Nudetopia
June 28th, 2012, 04:28 PM #1
Atheist Fiction - Nudetopia
Imagine if Battlestar Galactica and Lost had an illegitimate child and that child had unsupervised access to the Internet, hung out with Richard Dawkins and knew the names and functions of all its chakras. Now throw in a posh accent and misplaced pants and you've got Nudetopia, the TV series that you read!
A group of atheist exiles flee a cataclysmic flood. They seem to have ended up in atheist heaven – a pristine forest of virginal abundance. But when they make first contact with the natives, they realise that paradise is anything but virginal.
Everyone is naked and everyone is free to do as they please. There is no religion and possibilities are limitless. In a land unbound by any sort of constraints, anything can happen – and it does.
Homeless and landless, the refugees are forced to live alongside the amoral nudes. In this strange land of nakedness, sex, and savagery, the exiles find themselves exposed. The drama sees secular humanist family values strained, building blocks of civilisation crumble, and love triangles unfold into tetrahedrons. And as the constant conflict with the local inhabitants heads war-ward, the atheists religiously cling to their convictions that always seemed so rational but are left clutching at frayed threads as their beliefs are stripped bare…
Nudetopia is written for the discerning thinker by a discerning atheist. Science, the supernatural, spirituality and morality are bent over and probed with a fist, as Nudetopia questions the nature of belief. Through a combination of sci-fi and a bit of humour, the series rips the pants off seemingly established truths. And when we are left with all of our bits hanging out in the open, all human beings begin to look a lot alike.
Episode 1 is free. Episode 2 is available for $1.49 direct from http://nudetopia.tv
Check out the blog at http://nudetopia.wordpress.com
Season 1 is 15 episodes. Thanks for reading
June 28th, 2012, 10:25 PM #2
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Very interesting idea. The title kind of threw me, but I'll check this out sometime.
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