A film adaptation of one of the best Hungarian sci-fi writer, Zsoldos Péter.
The story is a very philosophic one, like the best Stanislaw Lems' novels. More thoughts less action. The quality of the film is very 70s like (see "Space: 1999", filmed in the same year (1975)) in 3 acts. The brief story: because of some technical problems the whole crew of an interspace ship die on a distant planet. The ship waits silently for centuries for new crew to drive her home. Suddenly an early stoneage tribe appears nearby. She captures one of them and plants the knowledge of one of the original crew-member. More and more caveman turn into crew-member, but their smaller brain capacity cause emotional problems. Later on they find a more developed race. They fear of the possibility that they will be raplaced, but they capture some of them. A death fight begins between the two sets of crew-members. The rest starts they way back to the Earth. They could land on the Moon, but the life is changed on the Earth very much after some centuries passed...
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