Premiered during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), No Men Beyond This Point is a mockumentary about men becoming obsolete.

The film takes place in the early 21st century where women reproduce asexually and give birth only to girls. At 37 years old, Andrew Meyers is the youngest man on the planet. He works as a nanny, enjoying his care of children, but becomes an unwilling pawn in the fight for mens’ rights, all the while struggling with his own mixed feelings towards his status.

Overall it looks to be a clever take on world history and should be worth a few laughs, alongside some thought-provoking discussions, although Reddit users who saw the movie at TIFF say otherwise.

The film is set for a DVD release in Canada on July 21 and hopefully will be released (or screened at film festivals) in other countries soon after.

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