Now that they have the seeds needed to create uninfected food and save the world from starvation, the crew of the Nathan James are betrayed by an ally. To avoid their enemies attempts to prevent them from delivering the seeds to safe transport to the U.S., they must decide which direction to go when there's dangerous obstacles surrounding them, including a huge storm at sea.
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Tregua Island is fictional, used as a literary device in two ways. Tregua means truce in Greek. The writers named it Tregua due to the fact it's where the Nathan James is supposed to meet a plane, kindly made available by friendly Tel Aviv. Also, the word Tregua is used by writer and Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi in his memoir The Truce, about his epic journey (odyssey) from Auschwitz to his home in Italy. This references Homer's Odyssey, too. See more
For being in very rough seas where the ships are pitching port and starboard and from bow to stern, most of the scenes filmed are extremely level. Further, with a storm that close, the crew would have secured everything and equipment would not fall or roll around. See more