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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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Ian Truitner
Michael Nouri as Nordham
Ursula Mills as Lulu AH-320
Ryan Ryusaki as Robot Cage Fighter 2
Brett Robert Culbert as Kenny AH-360
Seth Duhame as Robot Cage Fighter 1
Leila Birch as Computer (voice)
Weetus Cren as Travis O'Neill
Lance Broadway as Commander Linden
Christian Pitre as Emma Anderson
Andreas Lyon as Crewman Vanderveld
John Posey as Atromitos Captain
T.J. Hoban as Chris Zimmer
Mykel Shannon Jenkins as Doctor Orson
Sunny Mabrey as Iris Duncan
Storyline: A deep space mining vessel has been adrift for two years. It is suspected the crew brutally killed each other, but the reason for the bloodbath is unknown. A rescue crew is sent to find if there are any survivors, what happened and why.
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Semi-Decent, especially given the budget
I have to judge a movie partly by the budget. This was a one million dollar movie in 2017 dollars. That's tiny! Sharknado 4 was three million dollars. Don't expect stellar special effects, great sets or even decent costumes. This looks more like something a bunch of Star Trek fan fiction alumni would end up with if they pooled their Doritos money and produced a full movie and I wish them

A crew of emotion-less "super humans" wake up in a space ship near Titan. Their orders are to recover the lost cargo on a mining ship. They find a seemingly insane crew member and a robot tending the gardens.

Any time the trope of "emotionless humans" comes up you know exactly what is going to happen next - and it does. Sorry - this is no master gem of a script either. Expect the expectable and you won't be disappointed.
Not What I expected = That's Good
I'm going to review this because I so object to the low, around 3 stars, rating it seems to have gotten. It's a science fiction film, but it's not about killer robots, particularly; it's not about planets or star ships blowing up; it's not about aliens invading the earth. It's a quiet, sort of slow film, that seems to be about one thing and then turns out to be about something else. It's low budget but I don't think that is damaging in the least. The acting isn't bad - it's part of the story. In fact, I will watch for the actors in other work just to see how they do. The story, as I said, seems to be one thing, but then starts to twist and turn to an ending that is quite moving.

All in all, I'm glad to have stumbled across this.
Beyond The Trek AKA Teleios (Perfection) not perfect yet enjoyable for me
It is obvious that this is a low budget film and for many that almost automatically means not what they are looking for. Still despite some bad acting from some of the cast in roles where they are playing emotionless Vulcan-like characters it's still pretty good.

It's a slow burning story that reminds me of Event Horizon, Gattaca, Sphere and Sunshine with a 1980's B-Sci-Fi kind of feel updated for today. At first I found myself thinking they were Blade Runner androids nearing their expiration dates. The Beyond The Trek title seems as appropriate as Teleios/Perfection here as they may as well be some of Kahn's genetically enhanced people along with emotion controlling Vulcan training. It's hard enough for an actor to take on a Vulcan role let alone then experiencing emotions or insanity for the first time ever. Sunny Mabrey pulls it off, no one else does.

Beyond the acting of the other GT's nearly everything else here was acceptable or even quite good. For me this is a little gem of a low budget film, but it's not for anyone who expects action or can't handle some poor acting. If you like Star Trek fan films, 1980's Sci-Fi B-movies, a lot of those original films on the Syfy network or those knock offs that The Asylum cranks out this may be for you, but if you are looking for anything approaching the polished fare of Star Wars or Star Trek blockbusters forget about it. It's more like the slow moving thinking Indy movies I mentioned above without the budget they had and the plot is not even as sophisticated as those and even predictable at times. It's an uneven film where they tried some things that sometimes hit and sometimes missed.
Amazing considering the budget.
"Teleios" is a new sci-fi film from Ian Truitner and what makes it worth seeing is its budget. Until recently, independent filmmakers would rarely touch sci-fi as the films were quite expensive to make… mostly due to the special effects. However, recent advances with software have allowed gorgeous cinematic quality CGI at a relatively small cost. This would explain why a film with only a million dollar budget would look this good! For that reason alone, the movie is well worth seeing.

The film is set in the mid-21st century. Genetically modified humans are proliferating on the planet and they are stronger, smarter and more capable in many ways compares to 'normals'. A space ship, the Teleios, with five of these super humans is about to make contact with a vessel that's been stranded in space for some time…and no one is sure whether anyone is left alive on this stricken ship. The crew's orders are, first and foremost, to recover the cargo from the ship. But there mission is soon complicated by many things. The crew of the stricken vessel has all been killed…with only one remaining as well as a robot and neither seem willing or able to explain what happened. The other problem is that these super men and women are beginning to show signs of weakness…weaknesses they supposedly have overcome. Their emotions are running amok and soon they begin preying on each other. Why and what's to become of their mission?

The best things about the film are the CGI, costumes and music. All of these look very professional and caught my attention. As for the story, it's only fair and is, at times, a tad confusing. Because of this, it's a movie that might just improve with repeated viewing. Overall, a mixed bag but a lesson on economical and effective filmmaking…and a decent sci-fi flick as well.
A classy film
Very intelligent. Well acted, well directed, amazing music. The Gwar music joke is nicely inserted.

I don't understand the bad reviews. i guess we can all have enemies int his work. I would put this film stylistically somewhere between modern TV Sci-Fi (Star Trek,etc) and Passengers, though it is definitely ABOVE television standards.

It own not a big budget film, but it is TRUE proper Sci-Fi. Very intelligent and thought provoking and nicely quirky in places.

Well worth the 90 or so minutes of viewing time
The Unsuspecting Man
The crew of the Teleios (perfect) are genetically controlled humans. They awaken after a three year trip to Titan on a rescue mission of the cargo of the Atromitos (fearless) which is supposed to be a carbon based substance that will save our planet. The Atromitos was manned by non-generically controlled humans (regular folks like us). Only one human remains, a junior engineer no one noticed, Travis O'Neill (Weetus Cren) and he is not talking. He has a robot "art" (Ursula Mills) that cares for him and the space station.

I will give them a pass on the artificial gravity. The film is a mystery that gives out clues sparingly, with the bulk explained at about an hour into the film. The perfect humans begin to experience emotions, something they are not supposed to do. Certainly their clothing was unique with light string collars. The acting was stiff by design which may make it tough to sit through. I enjoyed the film, timely with a message.

Guide: F-word. Implied sex. No nudity.

Winner of numerous film festival awards.
very boring
usually you understand if you like a film after first 10 minutes..... after 40 minutes of the film its still boring...... very bad language representation, as they took people who do not speak it. Could ask native speakers to read. I would not watch it again... i would agree with most people who left a review here.... like actors.. there could be anyone instead of them, there is no much dynamics. also a lot of foreign language what was not translated... it is a super boring detective...
Science fiction drama
"Teleios" or as the title it was released under here "Deep Space" is a thought provoking science fiction drama. A crew of genetically modified humans aboard the space ship Teleios is dispatched to find out what happened to the crew of a deep space mining vessel and more importantly to the recovery of a high priority "cargo". What the crew find is a sole survivor and an artificial life form, however it is when strange behaviors begin manifesting themselves in the Teleios crew that the movie comes into its own. Teleios mixes elements of Star Trek, Alien and Event Horizon but is much more than a jumble of these separate pieces. Teleios is an intelligently crafted science fiction drama that explores the flaws of perfection.
Great Special Effects but the Acting leaves A LOT to be desired...
I had never heard of this movie, the producer, director or actors but I figured why not give it a try, so I started watching it. The special effects are great so I was inspired to keep watching. However, I could not get past the first ten minutes due to the bad quality of acting and I had to turn it off. That's just my two cents.
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