The Vast of Night is an exquisite indie sci-fi drama with Twilight Zone vibes

  • By cvbizz
  • May 28, 2020
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Sierra McCormick in The Vast of Night. | Amazon Studios

It’s a small film, but it has colossal ambitions.

Every week, new original films debut on Netflix, Hulu, and other digital services, often films with modest budgets and limited fanfare. Cinemastream is Vox’s series highlighting the most notable of these premieres, in an ongoing effort to keep interesting and easily accessible new films on your radar.

The Vast of Night

The premise: It’s the 1950s, and in a small New Mexico town, a young switchboard operator hears an odd sound on her friend’s nightly radio broadcast. What they discover together is more than they’d ever bargained for.

What it’s about: A Rod Serling sound-alike voice intones at the start to set up The Vast of Night as a Twilight Zone-style tale about a mystery set in “the

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