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I am Charles (2020)

I am Charles

Colonel Charles Michel lives an isolated life in the deserted ruins of Brussels, unsure if any other COVID19 uninfected humans are left.

Michel’s daily routine includes short walks to the European Parliament, searching for food and toilet paper, and waiting each day for any humans who might respond to his radio broadcasts. He instructs possible survivors to meet him at the Schuman Roundabout for the European Commission’s Midday.

In the background, thanks to reduced air pollution, one can see the Eiffel Tower.

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EU narrative movies

Reservoir Jackals (2019)

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Serbian-Hungarian border, May 2019

The police filmed a violent settling of accounts between two rival gangs in the small town of R√∂szke. The conflict arose to determine who had precedence in using anti-migrants feelings to distract public opinion from the failures and illicit behaviors of the gangs’ administration.

Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino announced a new movie inspired by these events, with the working title Reservoir Jackals

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EU narrative movies

Last? Tango in Brussels (2019)

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Last? Tango in Brussels is a 2019 EUrotic drama film which portrays the anonymous and estranged political relationship between a newly born country (Free England) and her old master (the European Union).

The film’s raw depiction of morbid political irresponsibility, masochistic ignorance of EU treaties and negated popular involvement led to international controversy and emotional turmoil.

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The Termaynal (2019)

The EU-UK Bilateral Air Service Agreement, first installment of the series

When Theresa, a tourist from the fictitious land of Free England, arrives at Zavantem International Airport in Brussels, No-deal Brexit breaks out in her country and she finds herself caught up in international politics, something she was never really interested in.

Because no agreement was stipulated between the European Union and Free England, the Directorate-General of Homeland Security won’t let her enter or exit the European Union. She has to wait until an agreement is stipulated; everything is in the capable hands of Dominic Raab.

Theresa can’t leave the terminal nor buy anything, as she doesn’t have access to the EU Single Market… What good is Brexit for her?