A scientist is working alone at a remote Arctic research station when he learns of a mysterious global disaster. At the same time, he meets a strange girl in the Arctic, with whom he must stop the return to Earth of the crew of the spaceship "Ether".Written by
Bazza the Beast
Ethan Peck, who has played the young Spock, appears in this film as George Clooney's younger self. Every other actor who has played Spock has, at some point, worked with Clooney's late cousin, Miguel Ferrer. Ferrer appeared in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and later directed Zachary Quinto on an episode of Crossing Jordan. See more »
When entering the asteroid zone, the Aether ship is literally bombarded with rocks.
The actual density of asteroids is much lower than depicted in the movie and the impacts would be very rare. See more »
Written and Performed by Neil Diamond
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
It is about life, that is the point
Those that say this movie didn't have a point, completely missed the point. Life, choices, relationships, and death are human experiences, and somewhere along the way we learn, know beauty, love, and catastrophe, make difficult choices, and question our purpose. Enjoy it for what it is.
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