Moon follows a single astronaut, Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell), during his time on the moon where he ensures the mining of moon gas - if you want to get specific he is mining Helium 3. Nearing the end of his three year contract, he is ready to go home to his wife and daughter and ultimately leave his loneliness behind forever. But hallucinations start to haunt him and he starts to slowly lose his mind.
One day something goes wrong with one of the extraction machines and Sam ventures out of the compound to see what's going on. He hallucinates a woman - who reminded me of a siren of some sort - and crashes into the machine. The next scene he wakes up in the infirmary of the compound, dazed and confused as to what happened. This is where things start to get psychological. He has been alone for three years, and now there's a new person (who is strangely familiar) that just showed up without warning. Sam starts to question the company that he is working for and searches for answers.
Overall, I liked this movie. Psychological movies always keep me guessing and wanting more; this one is no exception. I would definitely recommend it for the science fiction lovers and for everyone really.
"If that boy were an apple, he'd be a delicious"
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