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Gateway 6 Movie

Take a look to those two concept art pictures for Gateway 6, the upcoming post-apocalyptic science-fiction movie directed by Tanel Toom based on a script by Malachi Smyth and starring Rhys Ifans and Ed Skrein:

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Gateway 6 Movie

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Plot synopsis:
“Earth in the not too distant future…The Global population has risen to unsustainable levels as the demand for resources reaches a critical level. Desperate attempts to mine untapped Antarctic resources deep below the continent’s surface using nuclear excavation technology causes a cataclysmic shift in the Earth’s axis. The moon is thrown into an unstable parabolic orbit. Life on Earth changes irreversibly.
Overwhelming tides and floods sweep the Earth, obliterating all human civilization barring two decimated continents. Billions die during the mass migration to higher land. 100 years on, and the South continent is still locked in a war over land and resources with the North. Only the vast ocean and the all-consuming tides protect one from the other.
Between the continents, one lone station stands guard – Gateway 6.
Four soldiers are stationed in this remote military outpost, surrounded by an endless ocean thousands of miles from home. They are the last bastion, defending their homeland from an invasion by an enemy they have never seen, monitoring for signs of attack and prepared to sacrifice themselves by detonating their nuclear device should an enemy fleet appear.
But their tour of duty ended 3 months ago. The relief crew still hasn’t shown up. Alone and uncertain as to what fate awaits them, the simmering tension among the crew only escalates when a mysterious boat drifts into range – is it the help they have been waiting so long for, or something far more sinister?”

Am hooked by the plot synopsis of Gateway 6, am impatient to see the film! And you?

The film has yet to get an official release date.

Stay tuned with us for more details about the movie Gateway 6.
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