Aniara is a 2018 Swedish science-fiction drama and horror film directed by Pella Kagerman (as Pella Kågerman), Hugo Lilja and written by Pella Kagerman, Hugo Lilja, Harry Martinson. Based on a science fiction poem written by Swedish Nobel laureate Harry Martinson in 1956. Aniara is the story of one of the many spaceships used for transporting Earth's population to their new home-planet Mars, with luxurious accommodations like a Ocean Liner Passenger Ship, a Three Week Journey. But just as Aniara leaves the ruined Earth, an asteroid hits Aniara and Aniara is knocked off course. Aniara's passengers slowly realize that they'll never be able to get to Mars or return to Earth and they will continue out through an empty and cold universe forever. Aniara was only supposed to be in Space for Three Weeks to get from Earth to Mars, as provisioned with food, water, fuel, power.
The 2018 Film Stars, Emelie Jonsson, Bianca Cruzeiro, Arvin Kananian, Anneli Martini, Jennie Silfverhjelm, Emma Broomé, Jamil Drissi, Leon Jiber, Peter Carlberg, Juan Rodríguez, David Nzinga, Dakota Trancher Williams, Otis Castillo Ålhed, Dante Westergårdh, Elin Lilleman Eriksson
Aniara Premiered at the TIFF (Toronto international Film Festival) in Canada in September 2018, as a Full Length Movie (Film) but nobody would buy nor distribute Aniara as a Full Length Movie at the U.S. Aniara became available at the U.S. May 17, 2019.
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