New sci-fi film 'Pulsar'

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New sci-fi film 'Pulsar'

A short sci-fi film made by a London director has clocked up more than a quarter of a million views since its release at the start of the month.

Inspired by the biblical story of Jonah and the Whale, Pulsar follows an intergalactic peacemaker who rebels from his final mission.

It stars the Bafta rising star winner Jessie Buckley alongside David Gyasi. Anthony Baxter spoke to the director Aurora Fearnley about the response, and challenges of making the film.

Pulsar is out now and available to watch on the Dust website.

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