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Infini (2015)

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An elite 'search and rescue' team transport onto an off-world mining-facility to rescue Whit Carmichael, the lone survivor of a biological outbreak.

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Shane Abbess

Writers:

Shane Abbess, Brian Cachia (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel MacPherson ... Whit Carmichael
Grace Huang ... Claire Grenich
Luke Hemsworth ... Charlie Kent
Luke Ford ... Chester Huntington
Bren Foster ... Morgan Jacklar
Dwaine Stevenson Dwaine Stevenson ... Rex Mannings
Harry Pavlidis Harry Pavlidis ... Harris Menzies
Louisa Mignone ... Phillipa Boxen
Kevin Copeland ... Seet Johanson
Richard Huggett ... Montoli
Tess Haubrich ... Lisa Carmichael
Matt Minto ... Chief
Andy Rodoreda Andy Rodoreda ... Sefton Norick
Paul Winchester ... David Ponter
Brendan Clearkin ... Depot Sergeant Hackford
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An elite 'search and rescue' team transport onto an off-world mining-facility to rescue Whit Carmichael, the lone survivor of a biological outbreak.

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Out here their greatest threat is each other.


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody sci-fi violence and language throughout | See all certifications »

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Daniel Macpherson, Luke Ford and Dwaine Stevenson were in constant conflict during the shoot, often creating hostilities on and off the set but this was only to help the journey of their characters. See more »

Goofs

When Chief mentions the singularity near the O.I. Infini to explain the time dilation, he says that 1 minute and 14 seconds of Earth time would be 24 hours of O.I. Infini time, which actually means a time dilation on Earth. According to Einstein's theory of relativity, time is dilated near a singularity and not on Earth, which is the opposite of what Chief says. Einstein's theory means that 24 hours of Earth time would actually be 1 minute and 14 seconds of O.I. Infini time. See more »

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Harris Menzies: Basically, it could create a complete human being with enough time.
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References Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) See more »

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Some promise but...
11 May 2015 | by s3276169See all my reviews

Its good to see Australia producing quality flicks and Infini is certainly a competent sci fi. That said, this film could have delivered more with a little more care taken in the storytelling department.

Infini starts off well, seems to build towards something but then, inexplicably, seems to run out of ideas. The result is a somewhat listless film that fizzles out in the final third of the picture, meekly crawling towards its rather flat conclusion.

This is a real shame as there is otherwise, a lot to like. Good sets, well established atmosphere and a cast of capable actors. Not to mention nice special effects. If more care and attention had been paid to the script, this film could have been a real winner. As it stands, its only competent. Six out of ten from me.


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 May 2015 (Philippines) See more »

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Filming Locations:

New South Wales, Australia See more »

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Budget:

$800,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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2.66:1
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