AccordingtoBenjamin, film has a «unique ability to use natural means to incomparably convincing expression to the fairylike, the marvelous, the supernatural». Cinema through a machine can portray the world, but a world that, at the same time, imposes through the machine on mass dissemination. Each scenario, whether it belongs to the real or the imaginary, involves fragments or whole pieces of the way in which societies exist in the timeframes of yesterday, now and tomorrow, in a mix of senses of how people perceive the world around them. During the survey, over 200 films, series, anime and animation from the field of science fiction were examined. After several analyses and rankings carried out in different stages, 82 films were selected, chronologically presented, creating a database. The search for the forms begins with the early representations of the mechanical bodies, extending up to their modern versions, which accurately replicate the human form. However, the possible forms of the metahuman body that have been chosen refer to those forms where their physical status was altered by artificial rather than natural means, creating a new condition, a hybrid new body, a condensed image of fantasy and material reality, something between living and artificial form of being. Developments in the fields of information technology, biotechnology, bio-medical engineering, robotics, nanotechnology and artificial intelligence promise an over-planned future that is confusing at first sight. The city and the body are connected, committing the subject to upgrade himself to be able to join the enlarged city of today. Man «acquires technology consciousness as an extension of himself», and seems to require new preconditions for understanding this self and its position in a complex world that is constantly growing. Through all these spatial and conceptual changes, as well as the «transcendent»abilities that man acquires by continually extending himself, the question arises whether will he continue to be human in the sense of human as we have known it to this day?