The Poster for 'Vesper' Reveals the Film's Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland

The Poster for 'Vesper' Reveals the Film's Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland ...

In Vesper, a upcoming sci-fi film about humanity''s quest to survive after the collapse of Earth''s ecosystem, growing up in a post-apocalyptic world must be a challenge, and it must soon be clear enough about it. The story will revolve around a teenage girl who is forced to learn and use survival skills while trying to explore the devastated Earth and reach a Citadel.

Vesper''s poster gives a sense of the earth''s past in the movie, with the protagonist facing an octopus-like pod that, like everything else, has decayed into uselessness. A ray of sunshine on the horizon may indicate that there is hope for the protagonist, or at least this is what she expects from the cryptic Citadel. Vespers companion, a friendly-looking floating robot, also is a possibility of the movie entertainment.

The tagline explains how one seed can make everything better, which, of course, refers to the movies'' hopes of restoring Earth''s ecosystem to life. It may also be a specific seed that is well-known in the in-movie mythology, but it may either be delayed until the premiere or a more revealing trailer to reveal some information about what this seed might represent and how it might be acquired.

Vesper is led and directed by a group of filmmakers, Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper, both of whom took the stage in the acclaimed 2012 film Vanishing Waves. This might suggest Vesper was put to the test ten years ago, and the film is expected to be an epic fairytale and a spectacular feature, with CGI and practical effects used to their best.

Vesper is a talented youngster who escapes her despairful reality and dreams of a promised land, but ultimately she realizes that she must utilize her own potential to create this new world from where she is. Our philosophy is that one can only thrive in collaboration with others.

Raffiella Chapman (Miss Peregrines'' Peculiar Children) is played by Eddie Marsan (Sherlock Holmes), Rosy McEwen (The Alienist), Richard Brake (Game of Thrones) and Melanie Gaydos in the film.

Vesper is yet to set a date for release.

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The official slideshow can be found here:

Vesper (Raffiella Chapman), a 13-year-old girl who struggled with a difficult task after finding her a missing companion at the Citadel, a dark central hub where oligarchs operate. Soon after discovering her evil neighbor, Jonas (Eddie Marsan), Vesper must rely on her wits and bio-hacking abilities to unlock the key to establishing a future.

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