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High Moon (2014)

Set in the future where the countries of Earth have established colonies to mine the Moon's resources. When a new life form is discovered, chaos erupts as various factions race to uncover and exploit its powerful secrets.


Adam Kane


John Christopher (book), Bryan Fuller (story) | 2 more credits »
2 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Jonathan Tucker ... Stanislav 'Stan' Stavin
Constance Wu ... Mikiko Kobiyashi
Charity Wakefield ... Eve
Chris Diamantopoulos ... Ian
Dana Davis ... Yama Winehart
Peter Macon ... General Gale
Garry Chalk ... Secretary Jones
Jake Sandvig ... Marty
Kirby Morrow ... Trofim
Darren Shahlavi ... Indian Assassin
Viv Leacock ... Sgt Horton
Clay Virtue Clay Virtue ... Man in Black
Todd Mann ... Guard
Toby Hargrave ... Leon
Eric Breker ... Buzz Aldrin


The whole Moon has been divided into 5 zones (related to Earthen countries), and there is one monopoly consortium which sells the oxygen to everyone. Each zone is focused on extracting precious Helium-3. The lunar-suits provide self-gravity, and they create their own invisible helmet to contain the oxygen. The North-American zone is under the control of an Army General, and the civil workers are Earthen convicts. One of those criminals finds what seems to be a red lunar-flower with blue roots in the site of an inspection, on Moon surface. Few seconds after he touches that flower, there is a huge explosion in a nearby crater which began a moon-quake that swallows the convict and others. The appointed detective for investigation is the elder brother of the convict who touched the flower. The inquiry unveils a huge mystery that involves Russians, Indians, Japanese, the consortium, Helium-3, the convict, the fragile General's daughter, a mysterious technological gay spy Russian officer, ... Written by Tremendo JP

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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The TV movie's title "High Moon" is based on the novel by Samual Youd, "The Lotus Caves" from 1969. See more »


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29 October 2017 | by diogomanuelSee all my reviews

This would be a poor first episode of a new TV series but they are calling it a movie?! How can this be considered a movie if it ends suddenly and unexpectedly?

The story line is confusing and unfinished! The odd moments supposedly humorous are appalling, and the love in the air scenes seem written by a child. The only positive side is the exploration of the moon as a scenery but we are let down by everything else.

As it is (without a sequel that would have to be a great one to make sense of all of this) I don't think it is worth watching.

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Release Date:

15 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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