Jul 24, 2020 · Sputnik: Directed by Egor Abramenko. With Oksana Akinshina, Fedor Bondarchuk, Pyotr Fyodorov, Anton Vasilev. The lone survivor of an enigmatic spaceship incident hasn't returned home alone - hiding inside his body is a dangerous creature.
- Egor Abramenko
- Not Rated
Sputnik (Russian: Спутник) is a 2020 Russian science-fiction horror film directed by Egor Abramenko in his feature directorial debut. It stars Oksana Akinshina as a young doctor who is recruited by the military to assess a cosmonaut who survived a mysterious space accident and returned to Earth with a dangerous organism living inside him. 
All in all, Sputnik was an entertaining science fiction/horror that evokes the classic Alien, but not as much as one might expect. There are some similar plot elements, but Sputnik is it’s own thing and tells it’s own story. There are the classic tropes of military bad guys, sympathetic scientists and of course, a person caught in-between.
critics consensus. Effective space alien horror with a Soviet-era twist, Sputnik proves there are still some scary good sci-fi thrillers left in the galaxy. Read critic reviews
- Horror, Mystery & thriller, Sci-fi
"Sputnik" (2020) was a very good sci-fi movie. It reminded me heavily of "Alien" and "Arrival". Its like an "Alien" and "Arrival" smashed into one and also set in a different place then usual. The place and time is 1983 and its Soviet Union - setting of sci-fi movie you simply won't see anytime soon.
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