Space Sweepers (2021) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu | Space Sweeper humanlike robot Summarized हिन्दी
Space Sweeper (2021) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The Korean Sci-fi Thriller film “Space Sweepers: Humanlike Robot” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about the dystopian future of 2092, when space is littered with dangerous floating waste such as dumped satellites, old flying object parts, and deserted spacecraft. The crew of one spaceship travels across space in discovery of trash that may be utilized to generate money, while competing with junk collection ships from other countries and using the speed of their craft to overcome their opponents. The crew members include 3 human, 1 cute robot, as well as a 7-year-old humanoid girl. She has the potential to be a weapon of mass destruction, so the entire team is in serious risk.However, they decide to demand a ransom from the parents in exchange for the girl's life. In the movie Seungriho, with the great difference between lowlife and high-tech technology, some people live lavishly while others struggle in the cyberpunk century. There are many hidden secrets that this misfit team may discover and possibly save the world. I would say that film is full of emotional moments and it may provide you calm. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.Despite the inexplicable rotten tomatoes and imdb scores, this film is worth seeing. Personally, I had a fantastic time seeing the film. It's a new addition to the sci-fic genre, adding to the likes of Star Wars, Star Trek, and others with which we're all too acquainted. It's unusual to have such a diverse foreign ensemble in a film, and they provide so much variation and complexity to the film while maintaining such a strong sense of cohesion that it's truly remarkable.Credits: Images and footage Source: NetflixDirector: Jo Sung-heeOriginal Name: Seungriho: Spaceship VictoryDisclaimer: Any footage(s) in this video has only been used to communicate a message (understandable) to the audience. According to my knowledge, it’s a fair use under reviews and commentary section. We don't plan to violate anyone's right. Thanks.