“The year is 2183. Earth is dead. With all evidence of organic life lost, a cosmic archaeologist travels faster than light into deep space to capture images of the once vibrant planet. When his vessel is damaged he must take matters into his own hands, risking his life to witness humanity’s lost home”

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About Mark Newton

Born in 1981, live in the UK. I write about strange things.

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  1. That was great, and it’s something I forgot about when you consider the implications of what effective FTL travel would entail – the ability to look back across time with telescopes from anywhere, just like what we do now with telescopes on Earth.

    It’s amazing what you can do these days with SF short films. Where do you find these?

    In any case, good movie. Although it makes you wonder what happened, since the ugly pollution(?) was spreading out fast as of 2020. 😀