Seat 25 (2018) 1080p

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Drama | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
84 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
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Directors: Nicholas Agnew [Director] ,

Movie Description:
When Faye Banks secretly enters a competition to win a seat on the first manned mission to Mars, she never expects to win. But when the dangerous one way trip becomes a reality, her life on Earth is turned upside down. With time running out, Faye must decide whether to leave her husband, family and friends, or has the prospect of leaving for ever made her realise what she has here on Earth?


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Excellent, thoughtful film - recommend!

Excellent. A gentle, thoughtful movie about breaking free from a mundane life. Madeleine Cook is particularly good as Faye Banks in the lead role. The possibility of being among the first people to journey to Mars makes her reflect on her current life that does not seem to fit her, and to contemplate taking a risk to break free. It is a warm film about the need for purpose in life and a longing to escape the ordinary. Well worth it.

Unique Beautiful Drama

This is one of the most unique and delightful sci-fi drama I've have ever seen. The movie is thought provoking and most importantly will pull you into it's world if you accept this world. I was glad I knew what I was getting myself into with this movie.

Truly amazing drama.

Not an action movie! Gentle, sensitive and intelligent!

Seat 25 is a thoughtful piece of art. Highly entertaining, beautiful. It is a sensitive look at everyday life and how many of us including this central character, are not truly living. Faye realises that she is unhappy. She awakens to her real life and decides she needs to make a big change. The ticket to mars is a representation of this change and the leap of faith that many of us have to take in order to find true happiness and contentment.
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