The Inevitable Paradise is a parable about the changing relationship between man and his creations. As we make ever greater strides in making our lives easy, the line between happiness and contentedness starts to blur.
We see two persons trying to lead their lives as the world is crumbling. Marcus who is realizing after years in a VR that he needs another person to feel happy and wants to go to the ends of the earth for her. Tölva, an Ai whose programming tells her to keep Marcus happy. But she interprets that as keeping him entertained.
After the love of his life leaves the safety of VR, Marcus and Tölva are then forced into a dangerous and chaotic world to search for her. They journey through a cannibal ridden wasteland in defiance to what will most likely be their inevitable death.
Sean Amezcua was born in 1993 in the San Diego, California and is the fifth and youngest member of his family. He has a Bachelor's of Art degree from California State University Long Beach, with an emphasis on Documentary Film Making.
Kristján Már Gunnarsson is a 28 year old writer who has spent far too much time at University. Over the past 8 years he‘s amassed four different degrees and still can‘t figure out what to do with them all. He‘s published a novel in Icelandic about airship pirates in a steampunk Rome, has spent the last 5 years trying to make a comic about Icelandic history and wants to brew mead one day.
Jiayue Wu is an 18 yr old student living in New Zealand. She's planning on studying animation in 2017 thanks to a scholarship.
Jade Yoshio French is a Business Graduate raised on anime and cartoons. After reading and seeing so many great pieces, he was driven to create something to rekindle the fire in people’s hearts. Laughs too much and too loudly. Loves Pokémon, Fire Emblem, Snapchat, and playing rugby.