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With its sleek cinematography and post-apocalyptic aesthetic, Christian Cantamessa’s science-fiction thriller “Air” may have the look of a blockbuster, but much of its success comes from its indie budget, which forces the drama to be dramatically contained to psychological thrills. The film stars Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou as engineers tasked with preserving humanity’s last hope for survival in a future where breathable air is all but extinct.
In the exclusive clip above, Cantamessa and Reedus share their thoughts on what makes the film so special. Make no mistake: “Air” isn’t your typical post-apocalyptic thriller.
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