A teenage girl and her father travel to a remote alien moon, aiming to strike it rich. They've secured a contract to harvest a large deposit of the elusive gems hidden in the depths of the moon's toxic forest. But there are others roving the wilderness and the job quickly devolves into a fight to survive. Forced to contend not only with the forest's other ruthless inhabitants, but with her own father's greed-addled judgment, the girl finds she must carve her own path to escape.
No one survives alone. A teenage girl and her father travel to a remote alien moon, aiming to strike it rich. They've secured a contract to harvest a large deposit of the elusive gems hidden in the depths of the moon's toxic forest. But there are others roving the wilderness and the job quickly devolves into a fight to survive.. Prospect Wiki
A great film and a great story.
Blown away , best movie I’ve seen in years
This is a fantastic movie with some slick design work. They just don’t make sci-if like this anymore. It is gritty with what appears to be the rare use of CGI. The story is simple and not overly complex yet your left fully engaged and engrossed in the world. This is the type of movie that leaves you wondering about other elements of the universe the characters inhabit. I’m so happy I stumbled on this and can’t believe the film hasn’t received more buzz.
Sorry but I found it boring. I had read the reviews and was looking forward to it but just don't get what all the critics were raving about. They must all be smoking something and out of touch with what a typical movie-goer wants. This is a really slow movie, sound design was bad, looked cheap. I guess it is good for those who like pretentious arthouse fare.
I wasn't sure what to expect, but a post mentioned this Indie Sci-Fi film, so when I saw it on iTunes I gave it a try. What a gem. Without any background, or cumbersome overkill that focuses on effects over story, this movie is a beautiful, and suspenseful story. I enjoyed the characters who felt real and solid. This could have been a Western, but used the Sci-Fi elements well. The story was solid, the actors were real, I watched it twice back to back, it was that refreshing to have such a solid storyline after seeing what Hollywood has put out for so long. This is a great Sci-Fi movie because you don't have to be a fan of Sci-Fi to like it.
If it was French and had subtitles it would be a masterpiece! Americans hate slow paced films so if it has subtitles you need to read the pace quickens. Anyway all kidding aside it's a really good film.
We rented this knowing it’s an Indy film and wouldn’t have the big budget special effects (like zero gravity). That being the case, this moving pacing was so slow that it was hard to watch it to the end. There were also a lot of details (which I won’t mention to avoid spoilers) that didn’t make any sense. Not to mention the whole premise of the movie was never given enough backstory that you actually cared what happened to these people.
The movie was definitely not a high budget Hollywood blockbuster. The story line and plot was decent, but I have seen just as good on Netflix or Amazon prime for free. Knowing what I know now would I have rented the movie, probably not. I was only moderately entertained.
This is one of the poorest movies I have watched in a long time. The pace of the movie was incredibly slow, the story was weak, and the actors were poor at best.
Got to see this in the theater and it was fantastic. Every single detail seems so well thought out and intentional. The whole Universe they create is tangible, real, and just plan rad. You get a sense that the characters and completely fleshed out and they fit so well within their environments. It has everything you’d want from an action Sci-Fi film with none of the big budget fluff. So refreshing to have no product placement, no cheeky jokes, and no overblown CGI. Instead you get thoughtful dialogue, smart film making, artistic set/costume design and a blend of practical effects with CGI that really makes you forget it was filmed in the Pacific Northwest. The best independent Sci-Fi film I’ve seen and better than 90% of the commercial crap that’s out there now.