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Film Review – Orbiter 9 (2017) (Watch)

Orbiter 9

For companies like Netflix that are always looking to expand into new territories around the world (let’s face it, Netflix is close to its saturation point in the United States already), it’s important to expand outwards, appealing to all people from all walks of life.  Orbiter 9 is exactly that kind of play, providing entertainment on an international level.

Initially premiering in Spain, Orbiter 9 had a solid run at a few festivals, earning nominations at both the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.  Admittedly, Orbiter 9 is a smaller film, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some entertainment value to behold — especially compared to other science fiction titles currently on Netflix.

The following review contains spoilers.

Analysis

For further discussion of Orbiter 9 and its themes, check out Austin Burke’s video below:

 

To check out more content from Austin Burke, check out his YouTube channel by clicking here.


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Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016 in order to provide insightful film analysis that is meant to educate and entertain. Nick is also a member of the Internet Film Critics Society. You can follow Nick at the official MovieBabble Twitter account @MovieBabble_

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