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Aurora (1998)

In the 22nd century, seven explorers set out on a mission to Earth.
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Cast

Cast overview:
Christopher Stapleton ... Alexander Todd (as Christopher J. Stapleton)
Michael Otis ... Matthias
David Jean Thomas ... Vincent
Christopher Heltai Christopher Heltai ... Robert
Markus Botnick Markus Botnick ... Peter
Micheal DiMaggio Micheal DiMaggio ... John
Ted Wycech Ted Wycech ... Stephen / Ship's medic
Newcomb Barger Newcomb Barger ... Drake rescue party
Colin Whelan Colin Whelan ... Drake rescue party
Miguel Rueda Miguel Rueda ... Drake rescue party
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Storyline

In the 22nd century, seven explorers set out on a mission to earth's nearest sister planet, AURORA. Their mission - to survey and explore for future colonization. When their ship suddenly malfunctions, the crew is forced to crash land on the planet's surface, where crippling heat, poisonous water, and fierce storms threaten their lives at every turn. With a handful of supplies and little hope of rescue, their only option is a grueling four hundred mile trek to their ship's lost supply bunkers. To survive, the men will have to push their endurance to the limit and entrust their lives to a leader who will risk everything to succeed, no matter what the consequences. Written by Anonymous

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A brave new world. A struggle for survival.

Genres:

Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 May 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

I apoikia See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$90,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Rara Avis Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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They walk, they talk, they bore
23 May 2003 | by BigMikeWrightSee all my reviews

Fundamentally a boring film. The idea could have made a good film, but this isn't it. It seems cheaply made, with little characterisation or acting abilities. To simulate an aline landscap they use a filter to give everything a strange colour. Very unimpressive. They walk for practically the entire film, and tat is as exciting as it gets


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