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Do you enjoy science-fiction movies that employ an elaborate visual-effect and/or worldbuilding-conceit to make a really, really heavy-handed societal point? Then you'll want to reserve your seat for "Upside Down," a French-produced English-language film with Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst as star-crossed lovers inhabiting a pair of alternate worlds seperated not by dimension but by gravity - his world is essentially the "floor" below her's which is the reverse-gravity "ceiling" above his. Are you wondering if "above world" is ostensibly wealthy-looking while "below world" is working-class? How'd you guess?