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Native (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 11 June 2018 (USA)
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Two scientists are selected to travel across the universe to the source of a distant transmission and potential life.

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Daniel Fitzsimmons
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Cast overview:
Rupert Graves ... Cane
Ellie Kendrick ... Eva
Leanne Best ... Awan
Joe Macaulay ... Seth
Pollyanna McIntosh ... Matilda
Daniel Brocklebank ... Delin
Chiara D'Anna ... The Target
Ian Hart ... Telepathic voice (voice)
John Fitzsimmons John Fitzsimmons ... Listener
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Two scientists are selected to travel across the universe to the source of a distant transmission and potential life.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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UK

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English | Italian

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11 June 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bennszülött See more »

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As the space ship appears to be traveling in normal space (rather than some kind of hyper drive or warp drive and such), under relativistic speed, the two scientists would experience time dilation, meaning time will pass much slower for them than the people back on whatever planet they launched from. Their twin counterparts would have died of old age while little time had passed on the space ship. Even instantaneous communication would be slowed down by the speed of thought being dilated too. See more »

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Unpredictable and haunting
5 March 2018 | by amallassiSee all my reviews

Quality cast and incredible atmosphere. What starts as a fairly simple premise soon morphs into a myriad of twists and thought provoking concepts. As with all great Sci-fi it takes a very current issue and explores it in a magnified future. Very refreshingly compared to some predictable modern storytelling I genuinely had no idea where the characters were going to go next. A beautifully unhurried pace and mood that harks back to 70s and early 80s film making. Native leaves you thinking about its questions about modern society for a long time after. Very recommended.


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