At the height of the Cold War, a Soviet spacecraft crash lands after a mission gone awry, leaving the commander as its only survivor. After a renowned Russian psychologist is brought in to evaluate the commander's mental state, it becomes clear that something dangerous may have come back to Earth with him.
Around 70% of the film's scenes were shot at the Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bio-organic Chemistry in Moscow. It was built in 1959 and is a good example of brutalist Soviet architecture. See more »
When Tatyana is first arriving at the facility in Kazakhstan, the guards are watching the car convoy arrive through a window and press the button to open the gate. In the next scene, the gate opens and the convoy enters the facility. A dog is walking near the fence by the gate, but was not visible in the area in the previous scene from the guardhouse. See more »
I have to say,I really liked it. The story was tense from the beggining and the acting was quiet good. This is how every sci-fi movie should be...Entertaining,good plot, new and fresh ideas...Overall a good sci-fi movie... well done
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