Into Dusk is a sci-fi short film about a terminal patient—Ellie—and her lover—Wren—who is broke, desperate to save her life—and has a gun. Jason Ho filmed it to attract investors to make a full feature. I would watch a film that explores how a normal drama could develop in a future world with different rules.
I can imagine it made like the tension and crudely realistic sadness of Dog Day Afternoon with the smart take on technology of Black Mirror, and the far future aesthetics of Ralph McQuarrie's concept art. I'll be first in line to watch it.