Totally agree with you if you conceder Neo-Nazis, KKK, ISIS part of everyone...Only then your statement is true
Few years from now films will be entirely made by machines with no human involvement from script to finishing, keep hard copies of your favorite classics... you never know what could happen
That boat was a planet, this movie is a lesson in objectively compressing multiple themes in a movie(tyranny, democracy, religion, superstition, friendship, hierarchy.... etc), keeping the viewer emotional and intellectually invested on a boat full of dudes with no girls is extremely difficult yet done superbly, smart cinematography and production design.
Cameramen has been putting nets in front of the negative since the dawn of cinema to control texture... In this age one don't know what is backward anymore"art form or technology"
Hitchcock, Wells, Kubrick are rolling in there graves, how image capturing devices became "cheap, hi quality, mobile", I think now even on a large theater screen a professional wouldn't notice the difference between a RED, BMC or an ALEXA if it was well exposed and through a good pipeline, and that was proven almost ten years ago...Would die to see Hitchcock's reaction to a Komodo or a bmpcc put in his hand, would love to see what he'll do with it
This event is infested with material, it changed the world on so many levels "social, physiological, economical... etc" and will continue to do so. It's a great opportunity to point out a cliche trap but not to avoid the subject.