Rakka (volume 1)

{4.5/5} “The ones that are experimented on, who survive. The very few. Her theory is it’s because they have some kind of predisposition. They’re savants of some kind. And Amir is like that.”

Rakka volume 1, released in 2017

Aliens have invaded Earth and things are not going well for humans. They’re trying to fight back, but the aliens have destroyed almost everything. A group fighting back makes a deal with a man who can make a bomb out of anything. Then they rescue a man who’s been experimented on, who can help even more — a man who can see the future.

This is a short film that’s available on YouTube here:

Oats Studios – Volume 1 – Rakka

It’s a bit disturbing but very well done — it immerses you in this terrible world. They must have had a decent budget because the visuals are great.

Remember that it’s short — the ending is abrupt. Hopefully if it gets enough attention it will get a sequel.

Stars Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Neill Blomkamp (Chappie).

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