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“The Pandora you witness is science, technology, nature, and art, in utter harmony. The multimedia element of the show is so well-crafted, that it almost doesn’t betray that its projections aren’t real at all.”
“The most stimulation you’ll get out of this show is an intellectual one. While not raunchy or even titillating, it is provocative in its own way, raising questions about society, gender roles, and human intimacy in the dawn of new technology.”