116 minutes


Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Jim Preston and Aurora are two amongst thousands of travellers who have voluntarily embarked on a 120-year journey, made possible through hibernation pods, to a distant planet known as the Homstead Colony. He’s a mechanic seeking to leave the Earth, where his skills are no longer valued; she’s a writer who wants to tell the first-hand tale of space travel. When the spaceship malfunctions, the two are awoken 90 years prematurely, leaving them stranded in space. As the two begin to bond and attempt to make the best of their situation, further problems arise, with Jim and Aurora soon realising that they’re the only hope of saving the spacecraft and its passengers from an otherwise fatal mission.

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Moderate threat, brief injury detail, sexual activity.

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