You can't outrun time. 2067 (2020) Review
In a post-apocalyptic world where humans are forced to live underground and breathe artificial oxygen, the future lies in the hands of a teenage boy who must walk through a time-travel portal to save humanity.
Check out the official trailer for "2067," the new Australian science-fiction thriller that stars Aussie actors Kodi Smit-McPhee (X-Men: Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix) and Ryan Kwanten (True Blood).
Set in the year 2067, the film centers on a young tunnel worker named Ethan Whyte (Smit-McPhee) who has been requested by name to travel to the future in a last-ditch effort to find a way to make the air breathable and safe again.
Co-starring Deborah Mailman (The Sapphires) and Aaron Glenane (TV's Snowpiercer), "2067" is written and directed by former digital effects artist Seth Larney.
One of the things that the worldwide pandemic has given me, is the chance to watch more movies from around the world. This Australian movie is a brilliant take on time travel and the basic fight for survival in everyone. How far would you go to safe yourself and your love ones from dying. Could you sacrifice everything you care about to save the world?
This move was a nice surprise. Being a huge Sci-Fi fan, I am constantly on the lookout for hidden gems.
Would I recommend?
This one deserves a watch for sure. Don't expect big budget special effects, but they did well with their limited budget.