Sent for imprisonment on the moon, an outlaw must break out to be reunited with his family in sci-fi short ‘Lunar’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 1 Nov 2013

Set in Los Angeles City, 2057, Tyson Wade Johnston’s excellent Lunar sees a futuristic drone police send you to prison for merely covering your face, and with Earth suffering from mass overpopulation, the penitentiaries are on the Moon. After being captured and sentenced to a lifetime of imprisonment in the LUNAR facilities, outlaw Heath Ryder must become the first convict to escape the corrupt system and return to Earth if he’s to ever be reunited with his family. Written and directed by Tyson Wade Johnston, after his other excellent short, Seed and common thematic ground with the likes of Neill Blomkamp, excitement is certainly building for news of Tyson’s first feature-len

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