Two fantasy geniuses. Two dystopian visionaries (although deep down, finely utopian) have created an outstanding film, a favourite at Bucheon. Their names: Kristina Buožyté and Bruno Samper, the makers of 2012's peerless Aurora. Together they threw us into the universe, between analogue and digital, verdant and yet barren, which is/will be left after all our attempts to save the planet have failed. Among the survivors, the dominant few live satisfied lives in isolated and well-stocked enclaves, while the rest of us live by the law of the jungle in a dark, dangerous, green, swampy world. Vesper makes the very most of its budget. They say it has reinvented science fiction. With its dark fairytale styling, somewhere between mediaeval, retro-futuristic and steampunk.