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After NASA picks up a trio of mysterious signals from within our own solar system, astronaut Roger Nelson is dispatched on a multi-year solo mission aboard the Magellan spacecraft to investigate the sources.

Director:

Rob York

Writers:

Scott Baird (screenplay), Rob York (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brandon Ray Olive ... Commander Roger Nelson
K. Danor Gerald ... Becker
Whitney Palmer ... Abigail Nelson
Matthew Mercer ... A.I. Ferdinand (voice)
Nicola Posener ... A.I. Neil (voice)
D.L. Walker ... Secretary Stewart
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Demetrius Daniels ... John
Jim Horning ... Navigation Engineer (voice)
Davey Morrison ... Matthew
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After NASA picks up a trio of mysterious signals from within our own solar system, astronaut Roger Nelson is dispatched on a multi-year solo mission aboard the Magellan spacecraft to investigate the sources.

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The universe knew we were coming.


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Trivia

The Comander's name is a conflation of the names Anthony Nelson and and Roger Healy, two characters in the TV series "I Dream of Jeanne" See more »

Goofs

After boxing the "item" on Triton, you can clearly see the main character's left leg of the suit completely unzipped, also revealing the sock and clothing worn under the suit. See more »

Quotes

Commander Roger Nelson: Last minute bug fixes? That's not very reassuring NASA. Please don't tell my wife.
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"No extraterrestrial organisms were harmed during the filming of this motion picture." See more »

Soundtracks

Mars
Written by Brain Mantia (as Bryan Kei Mantia), Melissa Reese, John Henry Lucasey, John David Buckner, Caleb James Loveless, Jordan Clarke (as Jordan Darrel Clark), Travis Van Hoff (as Travis William Van Hoff), Steele Saldutti (as Steele Riley Saldutti)
Produced by Brain Mantia (as Brian Mantia), Melissa Reese
Performed by VanLadyLove
Courtesy of Cinch Records
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Proper SciFi Movie
18 June 2017 | by simon_atterburySee all my reviews

I write very few reviews for IMDb but this film deserves a positive one. Firstly it was broadcast on SciFi channel so was expecting the usual "Space Lobster v Mega Puffin" script, direction and acting. How wrong I was.

This is a proper SciFi film with an intriguing plot, great script, excellent acting, great direction, above average (for the low budget) and intelligently realised special effects and a proper well written score. I would love to have seen what the director would have done with an additional $250,000 costume and set building budget.

As one reviewer has already stated, let's hope there is a sequel but this time with a bigger budget so that the director Rob York has less to hold him back.


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Language:

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Release Date:

5 July 2017 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

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