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After losing contact with Earth, Astronaut Lee Miller becomes stranded in orbit alone aboard the International Space Station. As time passes and life support systems dwindle, Lee battles to maintain his sanity - and simply stay alive. His world is a claustrophobic and lonely existence, until he makes a strange discovery aboard the ship.

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 57%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The packaging is so intelligently resourceful that most viewers will enjoy the ride regardless of its enigmatic destination."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"It almost works."
‑ Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph
"Wildly ambitious, Eubank's sci-fi often hits the mark."
‑ Kim Newman, Empire Magazine
"Eubank is not strong on literal explanations - or on the science underpinning his story. He is an impressionist, alert to the waves of nostalgia that can be unleashed by a single visual metaphor."
‑ Sandra Hall, Sydney Morning Herald
"Eubank has a practised control of the frame, and an understanding of form that makes this micro-budget feature punch well above its weight."
‑ Travis Johnson, FILMINK (Australia)
"Technically proficient, good-looking - but what's the point?"
‑ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
"Has ideas, but ideas alone do not a successful movie make."
‑ Ashley Clark, Little White Lies
"At about the two-thirds mark, the film starts to wander off on its own, seemingly without really caring if the audience is following along or not."
‑ Tim Martain, The Mercury
"Eubank may well have a future as a cinematographer, or in the special effects business. But a filmmaker he ain't."
‑ Jake Wilson, The Age (Australia)
"Somehow - for only $500,000, using a set he built in his parents' yard - Eubank has fashioned an avant-garde Moon, harnessing greater ambition and technical flair than most mega-budget hype magnets."
‑ Simon Kinnear, Total Film
"An enterprising, depressive sci-fi movie in the meditative mode of La Jetée, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Solaris."
‑ Philip French, Observer [UK]
"A fine example of budget filmmaking with this beautifully shot and thought provoking Sci-Fi tale of loss, isolation and loneliness ..."
‑ Jennifer Tate, ViewLondon
"Love is beautiful and lovely and as remote as a distant star."
‑ Peter Galvin,
"Impressionistic, DIY sci-fi suffers from a lack of cohesion but is a finely crafted debut from a gifted director."
‑ Danny Murphy, Empire Magazine Australasia
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