After two years on the moon, an astro-miner is reluctant to return back to earth in ‘Expo’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 24 May 2013

Another entry for the enter-growing, and ever-impressive, catalogue of sci-fi shorts, Joe Sill‘s Expo sees astro-miner struggle with her impending return to earth, after two years mining on the moon in order to pay for expensive medical bills for her hospital-ridden daughter back home. Sill’s short is wonderfully moody, inquisitive and a vision of the future you could step right into.

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