2 September 2017 | amit1717
Good to see an experimental sci-fi movie made in India, that too with a message
Sci-fi movies made in India are a rare genre, and many duds and flops later, no one is even willing to experiment in this genre anymore. So this short film is definitely a great experiment. The plus being that it comes with a really important message, which affects everyone's lives today and tomorrow - Pollution.
The film is set in a dystopian future of 2067, where oxygen has become so scarce that it has become the new and the most expensive drug of the town, whose price is only comparable with another drug, water. Random, a guy with an artificial heart is the dealer of this drug and he wishes to become rich and finally escape to Mars, where apparently all the rich people have flown off to.
For a short film, the visuals are really great. The acting is good, Jackky Bhagnani was good in his role as Random, Nawazuddin, Prachi Desai and Yashpal Sharma were good in their minimal roles. The story is quite simplistic and straightforward but the message delivered is the most important aspect of the film.