2307: Winter's Dream

Synopsis: In 2307, a soldier is sent on a mission to hunt down the leader of the humanoid rebellion.
Genre: Sci-Fi
Director(s): Joey Curtis
  6 wins & 1 nomination.
101 min


141 years after man declared God dead,

we're in the middle of the

longest winter in human history.

300 years of remorseless cold

and it probably won't

end for another million,

not until every last one

of us has disappeared.

The only thing left

of mankind's footprint,

dwells 10 meters beneath the ice,

where the last of earth's

geothermal energy pumps life

into the bowels of

our crumbling infrastructure.

We are the only surviving animals.

Scavengers still driven by commerce.

Creators of the synthetic world.

Humanoids, our black blooded offspring,

engineered in our own likeness.

A race of workers

and the men who police them.

Any hope of peace was

forgotten a long, lost time ago.

Outer patrol has eyes

on the two humanoids

that blasted outta subterranean three.

Request splasher, over.

Copy that outer patrol, I spot 'em.

I see outer patrol ahead.

Split off.

Be advised noids are on the move.

Scanning, scanning.

Damn it lost him

in the trees, he's ghost.









Lost, lost

Counting the moments that never stop

Trapped in a dream

I'm, I'm, I'm more in love

with your every thought

Only liars wear smiles anymore.

The joy of living went extinct

even before the animals did.

Buried in a tomb of permafrost

and all the humanoid

pleasure models in the world

won't bring it back.

Life shapes us whether

we like it or not.

It's the choices we make in the dark

when we're all alone in our secret place

that shaped the world around us

and here at the end of it all,

we sit alone together,

trapped in our decisions,

desperate for something to save us.

Devoted to the thought

of her waiting for me

on the other side.

Q vapor.

The drug of choice in the 24th century.

I call it man's greatest achievement

because it's the only thing

that numbs the pain,

the only thing that

brings her back to me.



Bishop... I'm right here.

I never left.

Federation alert,

subject identity match,

possible Spartan seven

defector collaborate Bishop.

All AGF officers report to merge sector

subterranean two possible Q vapor

over dose and psychotic break.

Welcome to Binky's

Pleasure Palace where your

wettest dreams come true, please...

Commander Bishop.

Sir, Commander.

He's all laid up on the Q vapor, sir.

Hey, f*ck job.

General Trajan requests

your report for duty.

It's time to take you home.

Get him up.

Oh my God.

Commander Bishop, are you alright, sir?

Don't call me, sir.

Merge sector two has been secured.

Prepare Bendah 51 for Spartan seven.


It'll be good to see you

back in uniform, Bishop.

Who says I'm putting it on?

Come on, we both know you're no quitter.

Find somebody else

to do your killing, Traj.

You took an oath to Spartan seven, son.

Taking off that uniform

don't remove that promise.

Go ahead and arrest me then.

I broke every oath

I ever took a long time ago.

I'm sorry about Mara,

she was a good woman

and those are really tough to

come by especially these days.

That's why I brought you in on this son.

It's time to bring closure to Mara.

We told you, your baby died,

I guess we all kinda wish

she had anything'd

be better than the truth.

Ash 393 cut her right

outta your wife's belly,

took her God knows where.

I fought like hell

to tell ya at the time,

but they figured if word got out

that a mule had kidnapped

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Joey Curtis

George Curtis (April 9, 1925 – May 13, 2004) was a professional boxer, referee and business owner who was licensed to officiate bouts in Las Vegas, Nevada. Curtis, who had an undistinguished career as a boxer, lived in Las Vegas for thirty years. There, he established the Curtis Construction Company, which he owned until May 2003. As a boxing referee, Curtis was known for taking boxer's safety into consideration first. He refereed a number of world title fights, and he worked a number of non-title fights over the years. Curtis is best remembered, however, for two specific fights: On June 26, 1981, at Las Vegas, Lupe Pintor was defending his WBC world Bantamweight championship against Jovito Rengifo, who was attempting to become Peru's first world boxing champion. Rengifo was leading on all scorecards going into the seventh round, but he absorbed dangerous punches during the course of that round. Curtis stopped the fight, giving Pintor a seventh round technical knockout win. The fight's crowd, which in Las Vegas is filled usually with pro-Mexican fans, booed Curtis for his decision to stop the fight. On December 10, 1982, he was chosen to referee the WBA world Heavyweight championship bout between champion Mike Weaver and challenger Michael Dokes. Dokes had Weaver against the ropes and was landing a combination when Curtis stepped in and stopped the fight. Weaver had already suffered a knockdown about twenty seconds before, but many fans and critics felt that Curtis acted too quickly by stopping the bout after only 63 seconds of fighting. Neither a standing eight count nor a three knockdown rule was in effect. The WBA investigated the fight, and during the investigation, it was revealed that Curtis had been told by the Nevada Athletic Commission to be mindful of the condition of the fighters after the November 18 death of Duk Koo Kim as the result of a fight with Ray Mancini in Las Vegas on November 13. Fearful of another tragedy, Curtis stopped the fight to prevent Weaver from further punishment. On May 20, 1983, Dokes and Weaver held a rematch, with Dokes retaining the title with a fifteen-round draw. In June 2003, Curtis sold his company to a contractor whose license was revoked a month earlier for signing contracts and not finishing work, which resulted in complaints with the state board. Joey Curtis died after a sudden illness at Saint Rose Hospital in Las Vegas. more…

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