Fifty years into the future, a team of astronauts are sent to deploy a device to reignite the dying sun.
**Audio Commentary by director Danny Boyle
**Deleted Scenes With Commentary by Danny Boyle:
*It Really Takes it Out of You
*Washing Carrots in the the Oxygen Garden
*Demolished Oxygen Garden
*Searle Meets Capa
**In Deeper Space Than We Are
**Prepping for Docking
**Rough Docking Procedure
**Fight and Then We Die
**Web Production Diaries:
*Danny Boyle Introduction
*Zero G Flight
*Science of the Sun
*Troy Garity Harvey Introduction
*Voice of Icarus
*Michelle and O2 Garden
*Bumps and Stunts
*The Science of Space Travel Physiology
*The Science of Sun Death
**Short Films (with same :52 audio intro by Danny Boyle to play at head of each)
*Dad's Dead directed by Chris Shepherd
*Mole Hills directed by Dan Arnold
Cast & Crew
It's the kind of film that could mean more to people after they've left the theater and thought about it awhile.
[Kaufman] clearly surpasses himself.
Neither wholly cynical nor wholly romantic, Kaufman's story is a balance of smarts and sentiment.
The perfect movie about love's inevitable imperfections.
Gets it more than right by stripping the science down to its laptop basics -- it's a 'simple' memory-erasing process -- and by putting greater emphasis on the humanity behind the diodes.
This is the best movie I've seen in a decade. For once it's no hyperbole to say, 'Unforgettable!'
The thinking is shallow. The emotions are tepid. But the creativity is dazzling.