Rules are generally formed to tame people, but before they are formed, a test theory must have been conducted. For the next Independence Day, it shall be recorded in the books for how the country became unruly for almost 12 hours. It was a movement that began as an experiment, termed as “The First Purge”. The New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) came up with a plan, a test sociological theory that triggers aggression for one night in a small community. However, the violence of the oppressors meets the rage of the ill-treated and the plague will spread from the intended community to the entire nation. “The First Purge (2018)” comes after 2013’s The Purge, and it is also the fourth installment in the Purge franchise. According to James DeMonaco, the writer, the film will throw more light on how the purge events began, unlike the previous films. The NR-rated movie stars new characters, despite being a prequel. This will be the first Purge film not to be directed by James DeMonaco, but rather Gerard McMurray. James DeMonaco only writes and produces the film.
The First Purge (2018)
Welcome to the dark world, or rather the underworld-the money, the flamboyance, the wine, the women and of course all the vices which one can think of. The movie depicts the crime world in all its glory. The showman of this world, called Priest is a man who is at the prime of his shady career. He has it all – the plush mansion which he calls home, the large workforce, the money. But what he doesn’t have is peace of mind. He is restless. He is encouraged to opt out by his girlfriend too. But history has always proven that it is easier said than done, especially if one is the Don. His dwindling interest and his moral tete-a tete with himself tempts him to commit just one final crime which will be the gateway to his escape. The film takes a finer look at his struggles and trials and his terrible ordeal to achieve the unachievable. He gets full support of his lady love, but that isn’t enough to get him to cross the thorny road. The film is a remake of a 1972 movie of the same name. An alluring mix of crime, love, violence, and high voltage drama. Need we say more?