WHO’S IN IT?
Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan), Elias Koteas (Let Me In), Romola Garai (The Hour), Goran Kostić (Of Gods and Men), Johnny Harris (Snow White and the Huntsman), Tom Cullen (Weekend), Yusra Warsama (My Brother The Devil), Olivia Williams (An Education)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Ruairi Robinson (film debut), director; Clive Dawson (The Bill), writer; Andrea Cornwell (The Scouting Book For Boys) and Michael Kuhn (The Duchess), producers; Max Richter (Waltz With Bashir), composer; Robbie Ryan (Philomena), cinematographer; Peter Lambert (Now Is Good), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
On the last stretch of the first manned mission to Mars, a crew member discovers what seems to be bacterial evidence of alien life and, ignoring the orders of the rest of the crew as led by Vincent Campbell (Schreiber), goes out to collect more samples. However, when he goes missing, the crew attempts to recover the body but soon realise that danger is imminent…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The Last Days on Mars calls back to past low-budget sci-fi/horror hybrids like Alien, with a tense and sometimes suspenseful tone and legitimate scares to keep you from looking up to the stars.