Adam McKay's black comedy about Apocalypse "Don't Look Up" is not only a satire, but several other things at once: a parable about our distracted society, a primary scream of warning and the apple of discord that managed to divide moviegoers into two camps. The reasons - excessive expectations due to the star cast, led by Leo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothy Shalame, Ariana Grande, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry and Matthew Perry (whose scene was cut from the final and final version of the production). that people often confuse satire with parody.
Critics, audiences and environmental activists are both ravaging and praising the film, and the reaction underscores the difficulty of conveying the message urgently and correctly through the satirical genre.
Has our reality become so absurd that it is already beyond parody?