“No Men Beyond This Point” is a matriarichal mockumentary


The new mockumentary No Men Beyond This Point shows what would happen if the future of the world truly was female. Written and directed by Mark Sawers, the film is opening this summer, starring The 100‘s Rekha Sharma, Hilary Jardine, and Tara Pratt, whose performance won her Best Supporting Actress in a Canadian Film from the Vancouver Film Critics Circle. Here’s the plot description:

Imagine a world where, since 1953, women have been able to reproduce without men and they are no longer giving birth to male babies. Now, over 60 years later, this deadpan mockumentary follows the youngest man still alive – 37 year-old Andrew Myers. Working as a housekeeper for a family of women, Andrew finds himself at the center of a battle to prevent men from going extinct. NO MEN BEYOND THIS POINT is a feature film that asks the question, what would the world be like if women were in charge?

Yes, of course, there are lesbians! (And bisexuals, too!) But it’s harder to find a male mate in this matriarchal society. Let’s just hope the film isn’t making women (especially queer ones) the butts of all the man-hating jokes.

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