My Low-G Life
A young family's morning routine is interrupted by a dramatic and catastrophic event, low gravity. Nate loses his wife, Lilly but his baby daughter Willa is fine.
Twenty years later, Willa works for a delivery service that rockets people around using compressed gas. On the way to deliver an important package, two criminals try to steal her load. She fires a gun at them, not to kill them but to use the recoil to propel her away from them. When she cannot catch anything on the way up she is forced to use the gun against but this time to force herself down. We find out that the package was full of milk for school kids.
She goes home to talk to her father who hasn't left the house in twenty years. They argue because Willa wants to see the world and her father fears the lack of gravity