'Life' exclusive clip: 250 miles away isn't far enough
[SOUND] We need to reestablish quarantine.
Contain the creature.
We need to make sure that that creature doesn't get to earth.
250 miles, about seven billion people, and you've got this threat to everything that you know.
Everything that we are.
[SOUND] Have you guys got eyes on it anywhere?
It could be anywhere now.
International Space Station itself is the ultimate fire wood because it's a long way from Earth.
This is not protocol.
It's the classic scientific dilemma when you're dealing something that unknown and dangerous.
The entity's capable of taking any form [SOUND]
You got the very real immediacy of your situation, which is the safety of your crew and the people below you.
Where are you [UNKNOWN]?
If this ever gets back to us, we'll risk all human life.
We need to move now!
It's pushing us towards earth.
How smart is this thing?
We'll hit atmosphere in 39 minutes.
Life finds a way because life is incredibly resilient.
If containment's present, we can take extreme measures.
And that's happening.
What's going on?
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