Space Station 76 ★★★★

A retrofuturistic story about men, women and family and how people think they should be.
The visual effects are low budget but well made, so that it's not ridiculous. The setting takes the Kubrick space station and puts it in a nice, little indy comedy movie. The main focus lays on the actors and how they act together, which are remarkably good for such a production. But it is no wonder, if you know, that Jack Plotnick developed the script through improvisation with the actors. It's almost a stage play. Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson as melancholic protagonists are amazing. The comedy lies in sublime scenes, is always subtle and never over the top.