Dystopian, futuristic issues are pretty much the same as today's: We all want perfection. In Beyond The Trek, or Teleios (the released title), the future is dying. It's up to a special group of humans to venture, two years into space, to retrieve a particular item of cargo that can save planet Earth.
Teleios tells the story of perfection… sorta. Teleios is the name of the ship, in which genetically modified humans have been missioned. The mission will save the lives of every human being of of all kinds, but the item they need, the cargo, isn’t aboard the ship they’ve been sent to intercept. And there’s none but one man alive, Travis, who can explain why, but he’s not talking.
The mystery begins with the realization that the crew of the Teleios is 100% perfect. Their make-up allows for them to perform their duties without emotional interruption and supreme efficiency. But when someone begins to forget, and another cries, they realize something’s terribly wrong- with them and with the errand.
The movie is visually stunning, and it’s not due to an over-abundance of special effects. The things that fascinate are in the background. The story is strong, healthy and realistic. The acting is primo and the story's ending was like a smooth slice of New York cheesecake added at the end of a steak dinner. I savored every bit!
Teleios is eighty-nine minutes of science fiction thrill and well worth the watch.
Beyond The Trek ( Teleios)
Written & Directed by Ian Truitner
Produced by Hayley Helmreich & Matthew S. Gore
Starring Sunny Mabrey, Lance Broadway, T.J. Hoban, Christian Pitre, Mykel Shannon Jenkins & Weetus Cren
Released 6 February 2017
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