Cineforum - Moon
- 12 from June 2021 from 21:30 to 23:48
- In person (by prior registration)
How far does human greed and the limits of exploitation of our planet and universe go? What does the film teach us about the human species, its relationship with the environment and with others? How can we imagine possible futures in the present model of energy consumption, global warming and environmental crisis? What ethical dilemmas will we have to face with aerospace development and planetary travel coupled with the finiteness and fragility of humans?
Moon, Duncan Jones, United Kingdom, 2009
In the not too distant future, an astronaut lives in isolation for three years in a mining excavation on the Moon. When his contract is about to expire, he discovers a terrible secret that will affect his existence.
An intelligent and evocative science fiction fable starring Sam Rockwell.