Futurist Concern of Re-Exploring Cultural World: An Ecological literary attempt on Sci-fi Animated Movie Wall -E.
The coexistence between ecology and culture plays a pivotal role in human life. It's apt to say, "Without Nature, There is no Culture." On this anthropocentric world, technological innovation plays a crucial role over concerned scenarios. And the same has brought changes in perspective of human life. For the frizz-free living, we need the proportionate collaboration of technology, nature, and culture. The variants of consumerism mark its entry at this point. Consumerism made the human world more attached to innovative findings and technology of the current era. The concern of future and further survival made homo sapiens interdependent on technological aspects, and this brought noticeable changes in the culture of man. The animated movie like Wall-E gets its significance on such conditions. Set in the futurist post-apocalyptic era, every human being are living in a space station. The culture of humans gets changed with too much dependency on consumerism and technology. They started to behave like an artificial intelligent being by avoiding everything around. Whereas the confrontation with human leftovers for many years made an artificially intelligent robot - Wall -E to reprogram itself with traits of human emotions and culture. The present paper is an attempt to find whether nature successfully brings back the culture with effective collaboration of technology in humans in the futurist era.
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