he storytelling [in Futuristic Toys] aims to be a reprise of a certain futuristic representation, a grotesque tale of the lack of psychology in this type of dramatic scenes, and which would spark a sense of loss and amazement in the viewer, still remaining in a dreamlike vision. On the other side it is an expressionist "drama" which contextualize the human being ruled by the "mechanicity" built by himself and it wants to awake his
The drama,actually pretty ironic,actually, touches also issues raised by classic Italian literature as "La Divina Commedia" and "I Promessi Sposi" ,making them extremely synthetics - as Futurist theater was. The film can be considered in a certain sense autobiographical, but can also represent we all (if we are able to see ourselves like the "impersonal protagonist"), walking
without astonishment in the time and the space , trying to find "that something different", been entangled by those derisory and inconsistent values created "ad hoc" to maintain the society alive... and every time we get irreparably trapped, for then waking up and falling again, but, at least, having something more inside and being a bit less "mechanical".
I wanted to provoke thinking for young people , till they have the chance to still decide about their lives, to take it in a "more primitive direction."