It's a beautiful, flowing but absurd ending movie from the director of Limitless and starring Johnny Depp's daughter, Lily Rose Depp.
It was going well in the beginning, but I couldn't understand how all the actors, like a flock of sheep, believed everything that the bad role friend said, even the things that even a 3-year-old child wouldn't believe, and pushed the clear evidence about the person in the bad role with the one side of their hands and nurtured endless trust in the bad role. . When I said it was good, it made me a little sad that it turned into a typical poor quality space movies.
Its subject is the raising of children produced in a laboratory environment to be launched into space in search of a new planet, unaware of what will happen to them when they reach there. First of all, the children were rather careless and callous, as if they were given a 1-month education, as if their education did not last throughout their life.
After the ship is launched, children are given a blue pill every day, which destroys their sexual instincts because their supplies are limited and no extra children should be born. But there will be a second generation after them, of course, but there will be a time, and this reproduction will occur in the laboratory environment on the ship. In this way, the children will train their own children in the ship and make the new planet research sustainable after they die.
The child who realizes the purpose of the blue medicine and does not want his sexual instincts to go away, stops taking the medicine. (The drug only destroys the feelings you have over time. If you don't take the drug, your sexual instincts do not increase in any way) But this child and those who listen to this child's word after him devote themselves to sex as if they have taken a power-enhancing drug, and when he says that girl is mine, this girl is mine, he is quite on the ship. A great war is going on. They really tied the conclusion very silly. It's a forced space movie.