This mysterious tale about wonderful-brains trust ants marks the chips dim directorial debut of noted designer Saul Bass (Psycho). The story concerns two scientists who position themselves in an ant-proof dome full of computer equipment that interprets the ants' communications. When the men spread yellow poison over the section, annihilating millions of ants, the surviving ants find an antidote to the destroy and, even stronger, they strike back. What follows is not so much science fiction as it is science deed data plunge one discreet flip. Incredible photography.
Short, but tranquil too long at 84 minutes, and undernourished financially this sci-fi hallucination was directed on Bass (he also directed commercials, documentaries and shorts) arguably the A-one plotter of film titles there has ever been. Much more fun to remembering the credits in spite of his Preminger movies than this unexciting story of ants invading a scientific ground in the Arizona . Not that it doesn't play a joke on the queer moment of unpleasantness, but the British dash seem at odds with their roles and the ants in The Naked Jungle are infinitely more terrifying. Sunday debut credits though.
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