Vortex the Dawn of Sovereignty

Vortex the Dawn of Sovereignty | Ending Explained, movie review

Vortex the Dawn of Sovereignty

🌟🌟🌟 – 5.3/10

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Vortex, the Dawn of Sovereignty is a French sci-fi thriller directed by Michel Rousseau, who also wrote the script, did the special effects, and played the lead role of Selth. The film is set in 2047 when a group of rebels uses an encrypted communication network to evade government surveillance and censorship. A teenage girl named Serena made special glasses that can help people see things from other worlds. She embarks on a journey of discovery and awakening, guided by her father and a mysterious voice named Athémis.


The film is a low-budget but ambitious project that showcases Rousseau’s creativity and vision. The film relies heavily on 3D modeling and digital compositing to create a dystopian and surreal world. The film has many influences from sci-fi classics such as The Matrix, Blade Runner, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. The film also explores themes such as reality, consciousness, freedom, and spirituality.


Some praised the film for its originality, imagination, and message. Others have criticized the film for its lack of story, character development, dialogue, and coherence. The film has won 45 awards and received 4 nominations at various festivals.

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Vortex, the Dawn of Sovereignty is a film that may appeal to fans of sci-fi and experimental cinema who are looking for something different and challenging. However, it may also frustrate or bore viewers who expect a more conventional or polished film.