In the near future... The world is in turmoil. Pollution is thick and heavy and energy sources are nearing exhaustion. The situation is out of control. In an urgent bid to solve the problem... See full summary »

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Jules de Jongh ... Control (voice)
Wayne Forester Wayne Forester ... Cadman (voice)
Robbie Stevens Robbie Stevens ... Mitch (voice)
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In the near future... The world is in turmoil. Pollution is thick and heavy and energy sources are nearing exhaustion. The situation is out of control. In an urgent bid to solve the problem, missions are launched to explore the universe for planets that may contain alternative sources of energy. One of the mining ships, Ezekiel, finds an uncharted planet that reveals signs of a possible fuel resource. Two crew members are sent to check it out and collect any samples for later analysis. The mission goes well until they reach grid reference 3894 where they discover a dark and terrifying truth. Written by Anonymous

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20 minutes thats better than prometheus
24 September 2013 | by clandestinecomicSee all my reviews

Outstanding. If you haven't taken the 20 minutes to see this short film you need to. It is exactly what we need and want in a sci-fi based based movie. Loved everything about it. This is the type of production that needs 15 million in funding to take this to the next level. I had read that the ending was something you wouldn't expect and I admit I was completely surprised and entertained, wow, thanks. And just think, something low budget and basic graphics can accomplish something that movies like Prometheus cannot.

Intro is rough with limited graphics but that is something that can be fixed with more funding. I appreciated several aspects of this production because I had a hard time distinguishing what parts were CGI and animated and which parts were maybe real actors or done with time lapse. The pace was slow and it should have been. It raised a level of wonderment and mystery about what could be around the next turn or corner. At the turning point I really had no idea which direction this was going to go and every direction I had thought about this film going it did not go which I appreciated. A new line of thought that I had never considered and I appreciated that. Very cool.


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