Imagine if you made a film today but based it in the 1970s version of the future?
Films from that era like Dark Star, Buck Rogers and Battlestar Galactica all had a specific look and feel of their vision of the future, naff robots, flared jumpsuits and crappy special FX. We look back at these films today with nostalgia but Space Station 76 directed by Jack Plotnik and starring Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler and Jerry O’Connell, bases it’s entire premise in the much cherised 1970s fututrism.
The plot of the black comedy deals with a group of people and robots living on a space station who end up facing inner turmoil when a new assistant captain arrives, sparking tension.
No word yet on an official release date.