As this science fiction classic opens, botanist Freeman Lowell (Bruce Dern) has spent three years abroad the space freighter "Valley Forge" preserving the only botanical specimens left on earth under huge Geodesic domes. When he receives orders to destroy the project and return home Lowell rebels and hijacks the freighter, killing his fellow crewmen, injuring himself, and plunging the craft into the gaseous rings of Saturn. From that moment on, he has only the trees, the gardens, and two "Drone" robots, Huey and Dewey, to keep him company on the loneliest adventure of all.
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Silent Running is a very good film - but a poor DVD release. Picture quality is OK, but it would definitely benefit from remastering if only to remove dust and scratches. Other than the trailer, an additional German soundtrack and 7 different subtitle languages - there are no special features which is disappointing. If you've never seen the film before, aren't fussed about extra features and can buy it for less than £5 then consider it, otherwise it would be worth looking at the Blu-ray version which apparently is much better.
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This is fantastic and gentle and a real tear jerker!
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