Cillian Murphy, Rose Byrne, Chris Evans, Michelle Yeoh
Danny Boyle (Director), Alex Garland (Screenplay)
Release: Apr. 5th, 2007
Runtime: 1 hour, 47 minutes
Fifty years into the future, the sun is dying, and Earth is threatened by arctic temperatures. A team of astronauts is sent to revive the Sun ó but the mission fails. Seven years later, a new team is sent to finish the mission as mankindís last hope.
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The scenes in the sun observation room where a crew member opens the huge sun observation window, blasting himself with intense sunlight, were powerful.
Notes And Trivia
Alex Garland and Danny Boyle had worked together before on The Beach and 28 Days Later Boyle at the time was interested in making a different film though but was taken aback by Garlands script and got Andrew MacDonald involved.
The ensemble cast are well chosen with no one hogging the limelight: Bambi Murphy is there for the girlies and Michelle Yeoh for the slightly lecherous, balding thirtysomething men (ok, for me ) but everyone comes across as an intelligently designed cog, whirring away in a Rolex watch of a movie.