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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP21 Dec 2020 12:22 p.m. PST

… 20 Minutes

"Marooned after a disaster on her ship, alone and dangerously close to a black hole, Kaya Torres (Steph Barkley) sends a distress call into the void—and is shocked when a similarly lonesome stranded traveler named Hammer (Thomas Wilson Brown) responds. In Alone, we see the surprising outcome of this chance meeting.

Directed by William Hellmuth from a script by J. Scott Worthington, Alone manages to craft a world that feels authentically lived-in, with performances that give us fully-realized characters (despite their contained environments) and a story rooted in emotions (and twists!) that feel well-earned—all within a runtime that's just under 20 minutes…"

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