Space Station 76 is billed as an interpersonal comedy with robots which is set on a space station. The concept work is fantastic. It looks like a cross between Buck Rogers and a swingers party. Beedi-beedi! Bring it on!
Here's the official description, from the movie website:
For Misty, a thirty year-old sexpot housewife, one of the benefits of living on the Omega 76 Space Station is getting to spend time with Dr. Bot, a valium prescribing therapist droid. This frustrates her technician husband, Ted, who desperately wishes they could go back to the time when she was in love with him, and fully engaged with the raising of the daughter, Sunshine. Although only seven years old, Sunshine's been left to fend for herself on the ship, as Ted and Misty are constantly occupied with their mundane jobs and pursuits of self-fulfillment. Life on the space station really isn't much different than it was in suburban communities of the 70's, except for maybe the added danger of having Captain Glenn Terry, a bitter, suicidial wreck of a man, at the helm of the ship. Drowning in resentment and struglling with his bisexuality, Glen hides the secret the he had a rocky affair with his ex-Assistant Captain, Daniel, who left the ship under mysterious circumstances. Replacing him is Jessica Marlowe, and ambitious and mostly misunderstood feminist, whose arrival on the ship inadvertently ignites tensions among everyone.
The movie is being produced by Rival Pictures, and is written and directed by Jack Plotnick.
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