a. often Utopia An ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects.http://www.thefreedictionary.com/utopia
Utopia is often referred to as the “Perfect World”
Future City: Experiment and utopian in architecture (Thames & Hudson)
Hollywood Utopia: Ecology in Contemporary American Cinema (Pat Brereton)
The quote shown here was taken from Hollywood Utopia
‘1950s science fiction films dealt with ecological fears most exploring the potential effects of nuclear destruction together with environmental degradation. With the, transformation of science fiction films in the 1980s, the mood had changed, many claim, towards the presentation of much more complex, pessimistic and nihilistic vision of the future.’
The reason for this quotation is to show that time scale in which best depicts the notion of utopia now from reading through its obvious this can be seen as being a bias statement by Pat Brereton as it does not reflect on the world as a whole it’s a single someone’s view although very useful as it can be looked upon if I’m rearing off track with my work.
Utopian Reader (Claeys Gregory, Sargent Lyman T)