Ad Astra

Realistic sci-fi epic starring Brad Pitt in the lead role as a space engineer looking for his 20-year-old father on Neptune.
Twenty years ago, Clifford McBride, father of space engineer Roy McBride (Brad Pitt), disappeared on a mission to Neptune. Clifford had set out to pursue the trail of extraterrestrial life on the distant Ice Giant. Since then radio silence prevails. Has Clifford managed to reach the planet 4.5 billion miles away? Did he really discover what he hoped to find there on Neptune?
The space agency SpaceCom manages to track down the lost research station “Lima” and suspects that this is due to the increasingly occurring electromagnetic storms that afflict the earth. Maybe Roy’s father is still alive, so you send him across the moon to Mars to contact Clifford from there. The further he travels into the darkness of space, the closer he comes to secrets that could significantly affect the future of planet Earth …
“Ad Astra” stars Brad Pitt in the space epic directed by James Gray (“The Immigrant”). The story based on a screenplay by “Fringe” author Ethan Gross was described by Gray as a realistic science fiction. His goal is to capture the dangers and possibilities of space travel realistically. At the same time, the film should remember the novel “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad, who already stood for godfather for the masterpiece “Apocalypse Now”.
The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival at the end of August 2019, provoking positive reactions from critics. In addition to the impressive pictures, the acting performance of actor Brad Pitt was highlighted, whose gestures and facial expressions know how to express more than the dialogues of the film. Anyone who wants to get a picture of James Gray’s science fiction film himself will be in the calendar on September 19, 2019, because then “Ad Astra” will start in German cinemas.

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