"Letter to a Young Planet suggests that science-fiction can do more than we gave it credit for."
An intelligent spaceship is lost in the galaxy, unable to remember its mission, its launch date, even its name. 
It tries to piece together scrambled memories and searches through onboard contents for clues -- its worst fear: 

What if it's a time-capsule, the last remains of a dead world?

Without any certainty, it's going to have to make a decision that could change everything -- or be a disastrous mistake.


Letter to a Young Planet raises big questions and shatters expectations of the genre -- probably closer to the Bhagavad Gita than, say, Alien. It explores a unique kind of existential terror, and, strangely, a divine optimism.

There aren't going to be any spoilers here. This film is something a person needs to experience for themselves.



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