George is a scientist from the
last 1800's. He creates a time machine and tells
some dinner guests about it. George travels into
the future and discovers the first world war and
travels even further into the future and
discovers man's ruin by war. In the future George
attempts to rebuild human civilization. While the
humans of the future are passive, they can be
taught, and he teaches them to rebel against the
bruttish morlock that raise them like cattle.
James son) played by Alan Young
Filby was one of George's friends that is told
about George's time machine at a dinner party.
Later David Filby's son, James is run into by
George in the future.
Weena played by Yvette
Weena is the ultimate
idealization of innocence. In the film Weena is a
part of the Eloi race that is dominated by the
Morlocks who live underground. Much like a child
Weena is conditioned to go to the gates to the
Morlock's lair when air sirens go off. When Weena
gets trapped in the Morlock's lair, George goes
in after her. At the movie's end George the time
traveler decides to stay in the future to rebuild
human civiliation in part and to be with Weena
Eloi male is just one of many seen in the film.
As a youthful male he showcases the fact that
their are no older members of the Eloi. When Eloi
get old they are eaten by the Morlocks. This male
informs George of the library of books that the
Eloi have access to. When one book is touched
they all turn to dust. When George fights the
Morlocks in their lair, this human is one of the
first to mimic George's resistance to the
Morlocks when he makes a fist and strikes out at
morlocks are a bruttish beast like race that rule
the future Earth, that the film's time traveler
George enconters. The morlock's used to be human
but over time their choice to seek survival
underground evolves into something less human.
The morlocks rasie the human like Eloi as a
source of food and the morlocks are the creaters
and wielders of technology on future Earth.