What if we could send functioning tellurian smarts directly into space, regulating them as intelligent storage inclination able of lucent images and information — in dream form — behind to Earth? That’s a grounds of this surprising sci-fi short, that fakes being a documentary about humanity’s initial stairs into interstellar travel.
The short, destined by special effects artist Hasraf “HaZ” Dulull, alternates documentary-style interviews with scientists with space footage. The outcome is a 14-minute space film that feels a lot like a Robert Zemeckis 1997 classical Contact. In other words, don’t design explosions and visitor wars. But with a bill of only $4,000, a visuals of a film are really impressive.
On a splendid side, and even yet a brief infrequently can feel delayed and a small bit too contrived, a ideas are provocative and profound. It stays to be seen if this can scale adult to a full-feature film. Dulull, who has worked on cinema like The Dark Knight and Hellboy II, is perplexing to spin this brief into a full underline film, as reliable to Mashable by his representative Scott Glassgold.
Watch a thought-provoking brief above.