Trips shuttlepod is shot down by a hostile race and is force to land on a deserted moon. There he must team up with the alien who shot him down in order to find a way back to enterprise.

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Trip's shuttle is fired upon and he and his aggressor are forced to land on a nearby moon. While the nighttime weather is calm, the incoming dawn will make the planet inhospitable and deadly. Despite the language barrier and violent introduction, Trip and Zho'Kaan reach an understanding and struggle to survive, hoping to be rescued before the sun rises. Written by Meribor

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This episode establishes that transporting a patient with "acute cellular breakdown" may be fatal. See more »

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When Trip is repairing his transceiver, there is a shot of the glass dome of his shuttle reflecting a light source. Since the sun has not yet come up at that stage, it must be the reflection of a lighting equipment. See more »

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Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: [from his log entry] One piece of good news. It's starting to warm up a little. Dawn is coming.
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References Star Trek: Enterprise: Precious Cargo (2002) See more »

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"Enemy Mine" Revisited
14 January 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While making adaptations to the navigation system of the shuttle pod, Trip is attacked by a minor alien ship and both are forced to land on a moon of a complex system with sixty-two moons. Trip and the alien Zho'Kaan do not have universal translator and struggle against each other. But sooner they realize that they need to join forces to be rescued before the sunrise.

"Dawn" is a good rip-off of the pacifist Wolfgang Petersen's "Enemy Mine", in my opinion one of the best sci-fi ever made, with a strong and powerful message against war. Therefore the episode is good because revisits the first part of the feature displaying the same wonderful message of understanding, union and fraternity. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Amanhecer" ("Dawn")


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