WHO’S IN IT?
Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Caity Lotz (The Machine), Ben Feldman (Cloverfield), Dane Cook (Good Luck Chuck), Tom Cavanagh (Yogi Bear), Grant Bowler (Liz & Dick), Sally Pressman (My Best Friend’s Girl), Fernanda Romero (Drag Me to Hell), Frank Ashmore (Airplane!), Dominic Bogart (The King of Iron Town)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Matt Osterman (Ghost from the Machine), director, writer; Gabriel Cowan (Breathing Room) and John Suits (Extraction), producers; Wojciech Golczewski (Dark Souls) and Sean McMahon (The Grudge 3), composers; Bo Hakala (Stuck Between Stations), cinematographer; Nicholas Larrabure (Double Wide Blues), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
As part of preparations for a long space flight, four astronauts (Routh, Lotz, Feldman and Cook) are put into a replica capsule for 400 days where they take part in a simulated mission across the stars. However, as they soon lose contact with the outside world, and as their mental state starts to rapidly deteriorate, the astronauts soon realise that maybe it was never just a simulation after all…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A tense psychological thriller that shows what space travel would be like if you were freakin’ crazy, 400 Days is both terrifying and incredibly engaging sci-fi all at the same time.