2057. More than 25 years have passed since the incident destroyed the planet’s atmosphere. The survivors took refuge in shelters, buried deep into the ground. At surface level LE-E-003976 is gathering data and samples of the toxic environment. To this day he has never come across a single human soul on his predefined path through the bleak wastelands. But today LE-E is not alone.
Did you know?
Fun Fact 1
In the first draft for the screenplay LE-E was set to be a young boy, scouring a deserted landscape covered with snow.
The film was shot in only 4 days in February 2012 in Berlin and Brandenburg. Then post production went on for another 4 months.
Fun Fact 3
335 GB of film material were shot – and not one single sound file. The complete sound was designed in post production.
Fun Fact 4
There isn’t one single line of dialogue throughout the whole film.
Fun Fact 5
The festival tour was crowd-funded. The production was financed from private funds.
Fun Fact 6
The survival food LE-E is eating in the film was actually sweet tea granulate.
Fun Fact 7
The scientist’s lab that you see in the film is actually the control room of the recording studio where sound design, music and mixing were done.
Fun Fact 8
The film consists of about 120 shots. 60 shots were reworked digitally.
Fun Fact 9
Right before the final shootout-sequence you can see the legs of the film’s producers running past LE-E in slow motion.