Is about the existential dilemma faced by a man who suddenly finds himself trapped inside an 8 foot by 8 foot cube. He can't get out, but apparently other people can come and go as they please through panels in the walls. This philosophical teleplay covers many themes such as, the nature of reality, individual versus scientific perception, self-reference, man’s relation to others and society, insanity, social projections, and race relations.
Stage play on film.
'You'll never get out/You'll never get out/You'll never get out of The Cube'
Fun surreal comedy that flirts with philosophy, but failed to keep my attention and dragged a little despite its short running time. A couple moments of brilliance are scattered throughout though.
- Strong Mad Madam Mim vibes off of the woman that changes before our eyes.
- Hearing the name Jim Henson and not seeing a Muppet could never be anything but a little disappointing.