Actors:Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer, Yu Wenwen, Michael Peña, Donald Sutherland, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, Zayn Maloney, Ava Weiss, Hazel Nugent, Chris Sandiford, Jonathan Silver, Stephen Bogaert, Maxim Roy, Azriel Dalman, Achilles Montes-Vamvas, Ryan Bommarito, Kathleen Fee, Frank Schorpion, Sebastian Pigott, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Adam LeBlanc, Katy Breier, Kyle Gatehouse, Tyrone Benskin, Josh Cruddas, Gerardo Lo Dico, Krista Marchand
Plot of the film "Moonfall"
Disgraced astronaut Brian Harper is not crazy. He knows what he saw in space 10 years ago: a mysterious, smoke-like swarm that looks like something... what damaged Brian's space shuttle, killed fellow astronaut Alan Marcus, and then disappeared into an apparent hole on the moon. But no one believes him, especially after NASA hides everything and blames Alan Bryan for the death. That was ten years ago-before the world found out that the Moon's orbit was ominously collapsing, causing it to collide with the Earth. Now the world is starting to pay attention to the nonsense of conspiracy theorist KC Housman, who believes that the Moon may not be what it seems. One thing is for sure: something is happening on the moon. Or maybe on the moon. Something bad. And only Brian, KC and former astronaut-turned-NASA chief, Jocinda Fowl-along with the space shuttle pulled out of the museum-have any hope of solving the mystery and saving humanity. But the Moon is already pretty close to Earth, so they don't have much time to save their families as they escape from the tsunami, gravity changes and falling pieces of the Moon to survive. Thank you for not warning us, Neil Armstrong. At its core, "The Fall of the Moon" is a film about a broken family. Brian is desperately trying to get his son out of prison, and he, in turn, tirelessly (with the help of his stepfather) tries to protect the rest of the family. Jocinda reconciles with her ex-husband, and KC experiences touching moments of communication with her mother, who suffers from dementia. Throughout the film, we see how family members try to protect each other and sacrifice themselves. Even if the relationship can be tense, they rarely hesitate, leaving aside grievances to help each other with love. And this is wonderful, because "love covers a multitude of sins" (1 Peter 4:8).