During an ongoing battle for humanity, a group of rookie space fighter pilots is sent to join the battle against an armada of unbeatable enemy ships. When the trainee pilot and her gunner are shot down, they manage to crash land on a nearby planet. With the gunner mortally wounded and her own life support only set to last two days, our pilot's only option is to fix her ship. The sudden appearance of an enemy craft offers the answer, but as the pilot looks for parts to use on her own ship she is horrified to spot another survivor; an enemy alien soldier who has no intention of letting her escape.
During a Q&A the director regretted having the word "Dune" in the title. Retrospectively feeling this would be exploited to coincide with the heavily marketed Denis Villeneuve adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel See more »
The copyright disclaimer states: Any similarity to actual persons, living, dead or Drekk Scum is purely coincidental See more »
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"How can we sell this piece of movie gold? Think damn you, think!"
"I know! Stick the word DUNE big as brass on the cover art, then add the word Drifter in tiny writing."
"Right, that's the plan, meeting adjourned."
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