So Much To Do, So Little Time

A comet speeds towards Earth with the potential to end all human life on the planet, this fictional documentary follows the life of 4 people in the final 10 years before the impact.

On the 22nd of March 2008 the world leaders all around the globe take control of every television, radio, and media channel known to man and simultaneously announced the end of the world.

The year is now 2018 and this documentary is broadcast to England on the day a huge comet is predicted to hit the Earth.

The documentary follows 4 different people through the course of the 10 years since this information was released to the public. James Dean is the current prime minister of England and has the heavy burden of breaking the news to English public. David Knight who is the NASA chairman explains the situation and the covert operations that have been taking place to deflect the comet and save humanity. Susan Fisher and her family retreat to a government built underground shelter to try and avoid the comets impact, while Paul Newman, who is happy with his life and is not afraid to die, advances to Canada, leaving behind his friends and a video diary of his last few years alive, to see the comet as it enters the atmosphere and impacts the Earth.

View full film here:

Part 1

Part 2