An abrasive satirical, allegoric film dedicated to all the working class heroes, inspired by a parallel society . . .
Otherwise ants are social insects, which form colonies with size ranging from tens predators living in natural cavities to small communities with high and wise organization covering large areas, composed of millions of members. They have colonized almost every continental region of the Earth. The only places where there are no indigenous ants are Antarctica and certain remote or inhospitable islands. Ants thrive in almost all ecosystems, and are perhaps 15-25 % of the biomass of terrestrial animals. Their success in so many environments has been attributed to their social organization and their ability to modify habitats to utilize the resources and defend. The long parallel evolution with other species created mimetic, symbiotic, parasitic relations and reciprocity.
All colonies exhibit division of labor, communication between individuals, and ability to solve complex problems. . . . These parallels with human societies have been an inspiration and interesting subject of study . . .