HENRi: A Short Film About Being a Conscious IndividualMarch 12th, 2013
HENRi is a science-fiction short film by Eli Sasich and starring Keir Dullea (2001: A Space Odyssey) and Margot Kidder (Superman) that explores what it means to exist — to be a conscious individual. The film is set in deep space, where a derelict spacecraft powered by a human brain floats aimlessly, carrying a long-dead crew. HENRi, the sole remaining form of life, is the ship’s power system. HENRi decides to build himself a body from parts of the ship, taking the first steps to rediscovering his “self.”
Purchase the full, digital version of the film for $2.99 or rent it for $1.99. You can also purchase the DVD for $10 or Blu-Ray DVD for $15, all on the official site.