Gravity: Watch Earth Side of Sandra Bullock Radio Conversation!

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One of the most chilling moments in Gravity is when Sandra Bullock is in that Russian space capsule, desperate to reach anyone at the other end of the radio. She reaches a person, but it is clearly somebody who cannot help her. The other end of the conversation actually is something that existed in a short film from Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron’s son, Jonas Cuaron -- who is the screenwriter of his father’s smash hit.

Now, the short film called Aningaaq will be seeing the light of day as it is out now and you can watch it below. It features Bullock’s Dr. Ryan Stone in the Russian Soyuz capsule as she reaches a guy on the radio. She hears a baby cry and a dog bark and for a moment… she thinks she could be getting out alive. But then, reality hits.

Warner Bros. will be releasing the film as part of the Gravity DVD and Blu-Ray, and it is being put out now to qualify for the Oscar race for Best Live Action Short Film. It could be the first time that a short film and a long form film would compete for Oscars in the same year that share a congruent timeline.

The film stars Orto Ignatiussen as the Inuit fisherman who is on the other side of that moment in Gravity where we have a glimmer of hope. 

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Gravity Quotes

Matt Kowalski: Houston, I have a bad feeling about this mission.
Mission Control: Please elaborate.
Matt Kowalski: Well, it reminds of a story.

I get it. It's nice up here. You can just shut down all the systems, turn out all the lights, and just close your eyes and tune out everyone. There's nobody up here that can hurt you. It's safe. I mean, what's the point of going on? What's the point of living? Your kid died. Doesn't get any rougher than that. But still, it's a matter of what you do now. If you decide to go, then you gotta just get on with it. Sit back, enjoy the ride. You gotta plant both your feet on the ground and start livin' life. Hey, Ryan? It's time to go home.

Matt Kowalski

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