Brave New World is based on Aldous Huxley’s 1931 novel of the same name. The movie paints an eerie picture of a future totalitarian society where human dignity is erased through thought control, censorship and the total elimination of privacy. Babies are created through genetic engineering and denied any freedom of thought or action from birth — with drugs and other mind conditioning techniques employed to command total lifetime obedience. The film stars Peter Gallagher and Leonard Nimoy along with Tim Guinee, Rya Kihistedt, Sally Kirkland and Miguel Ferrer.

This original movie review was created by students at academic institutions affiliated with the Human Rights Network (HRN). All HRN content has been created for educational purposes within applicable fair use guidelines in order to spread respect for the universal human rights principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations 1948).

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