Astronauts from Earth land on a remote planet and find a pastoral paradise, where all their wishes come true.



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An Earth exploration ship lands on a beautifully green and lush but apparently uninhabited planet. The company representative that has financed the trip, Chatterton, is there for only one reason and is to see what resources they might be able to exploit. For Driscoll, one of the crew members, he believes he has found Eden. There are also strange forces at work on the planet with Chatterton feeling tremors that the others do not. Driscoll soon realizes that the planet is alive and can grant you your every wish. It will also mete out punishment to those who would harm it. Written by garykmcd

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Release Date:

30 November 1990 (France)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The story was earlier submitted by Ray Bradbury for an episode of The Twilight Zone (1959) but the special effects required were beyond that series' budget. See more »


Version of Zdes mogut voditsya tigry (1989) See more »

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What is an Eden?
28 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A group of astronauts looking to find minerals land on a beautiful planet. The planet seems to grant their wishes. It turns the lakes into wine and allows them to fly. One of them is greedy and inconsiderate of the living planet and gains none of the benefits. After the planet is presented to us, the decision becomes whether it offers enough for the astronauts to stay behind. They are torn between their duty and the possibility of an endless supply of pleasure. What would we do? This plot has been a part of many episodes of Star Trek and other such shows, where a planet or stellar creation is a living, thinking being. It always involves a rethinking of the human relationship with something so alien.

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