is a small, thoughtful, well-presented sci-fi story directed by Duncan Jones, David Bowie's son. It deals with a man (Sam Rockwell) working alone on the moon, with only the voice (Kevin Spacey) of a robotic computer for companionship. Something goes wrong. The film is deliberate, but it never drags. Moon
raises a number of interesting philosophical questions and leaves the answers up to the viewer. The plot of the movie is more definite -- it presents a mystery and eventually provides resolution. I went into the low-budget production expecting to be bored by lots of stark white sets and navel-gazing. I came out eager to tell others that Moon
is a compelling film that lasts just long enough to effective tell its tale. The setting is stark, the impact is strong. This one will haunt you. 97 minutes. At Landmark's Keystone Art Cinema.
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