An episode from the series THE GOOD, THE BAD AND...
Fiction aliens can be hostile or friendly, superpowerful or vulnerable, viscous or scaly, even resemble us. They best exemplify the philosophical idea of the Other: knowing him is also a way of knowing oneself.
The geopolitical and social conflicts of the modern world have radically changed our relationship with the Other. How does it translate into today's cinema? From which angles and through which perspectives is the Other represented? Is the alien a springboard or a mirror?