Astronaut Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet. His journey will uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.
According to James Gray, Natasha Lyonne lives in the same building as him and invited herself to dinner while the movie was in pre production. When he explained the film he was working on she insisted on being a part of it leading to Gray offering her a brief cameo in the film. See more »
Errors in Roy's free fall at the beginning of the film: Roy should have gone "full tilt delta" (arms and legs fully extended) to increase his horizontal distance from the International Space Antenna in order to avoid the falling debris. Once his canopy was damaged by debris, he should release it and deploy his spare.
There is no indication that the workers would have a backup parachute. They are workers, not skydivers. See more »
I feel like I'm looking for you all the time trying to connect to you, be close to you and it fucking sucks. You know, I have my own life. I'm my own person. And I can't just wait for you.
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There is no fanfare during the 20th Century Fox logo. See more »
I have just seen movie at the Venice film festival.
A few quick thoughts
-great cinematography(Hoyte has done it again) and acting from Brad and Tommy
-there are a couple of interesting scenes that I did not really expect in the middle of the movie
-sound editing top notch
It is a movie more for the critics and lovers of cinema art , and less for general public wanting some space sci-fi epic.
But everyone will find somethig to enjoy in this film and I reccomend to see it !
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