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Sam Bell has a three year contract to work for Lunar Industries. For the contract's entire duration, he is the sole employee based at their lunar station. His primary job responsibility is to harvest and periodically rocket back to Earth supplies of helium-3, the current clean and abundant fuel used on Earth. There is no direct communication link available between the lunar station and Earth, so his only direct real-time interaction is with GERTY, the intelligent computer whose function is to attend to his day to day needs.

With such little human contact and all of it indirect, he feels that three years is far too long to be so isolated; he knows he is beginning to hallucinate as the end of his three years approaches. All he wants is to return to Earth to be with his wife Tess and their infant daughter Eve, who was born just prior to his leaving for this job.

With two weeks to go, he gets into an accident at one of the mechanical harvesters and is rendered unconscious. Injured, he awakens back at the station in the infirmary, he assumes assisted by GERTY. GERTY tells him that a rescue team named Eliza will come to the station to clean up the aftermath of the accident.

After his recuperation, he takes an unauthorized trip back to the broken harvester, where he makes an unexpected discovery. Because of his find, he begins to doubt his sanity, then his true identity, then the company and GERTY's willingness to do what is best for him. Because of his resulting beliefs, his sole mission becomes how to get back to Earth on his own.

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Flute and Harp Concerto K299 2nd Mvt.
One and Only
Nik Kershaw: Writer
Chesney Hawkes: Performer
Walking on Sunshine
Kimberley Rew: Writer
Katrina & The Waves: Performer
Welcome to Lunar Industries (Three Year Stretch)

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Patricia Evans

The soundtrack of Moon perfectly captures the isolation and loneliness felt by the main character, Sam Bell, as he spends three years alone on a lunar station.

Betty White

The music in Moon enhances the suspense and mystery of the plot, keeping the audience engaged and on edge as Sam unravels the truth behind his situation.

Anthony Clark

The soundtrack's minimalistic approach mirrors the barren lunar landscape and the emptiness of Sam's surroundings, emphasizing his sense of isolation.

Elizabeth Hill

The soundtrack of Moon failed to capture the emotional depth and intensity of Sam Bell's psychological journey on the lunar station. The music felt disconnected from the character's isolation and inner turmoil, missing the opportunity to enhance the audience's immersion into his experience.

Kimberly Johnson

Overall, the soundtrack of Moon is a vital component of the film's storytelling, effectively drawing viewers into the psychological journey of the protagonist.

Patricia Gonzalez

The music in Moon expertly builds tension and suspense, enhancing the film's overall sense of claustrophobia and impending doom. The combination of electronic and orchestral elements creates a unique and otherworldly sound that immerses the audience in the lonely and desolate lunar environment.

Charles Phillips

The use of electronic elements in the score adds a futuristic and otherworldly quality to the music, enhancing the sci-fi setting of the film. The blend of traditional orchestral instruments with electronic sounds creates a unique and immersive listening experience that complements the visuals and narrative of the movie impeccably.

Deborah Parker

The use of electronic elements in the score adds to the futuristic and otherworldly setting of the movie, enhancing the overall sci-fi experience.

Deborah Rodriguez

The score's subtle shifts in tone and tempo reflect Sam's internal struggles and growing paranoia, adding depth to the character development.

Mark Hall

The haunting melodies and atmospheric tones in the music create a sense of unease and tension that mirrors Sam's deteriorating mental state throughout the film.

Michael Turner

I found the repetitive and monotonous nature of the soundtrack to be distracting rather than enhancing the suspense and intrigue of the plot. Instead of adding layers of complexity to the narrative, the music felt uninspired and lacking in originality, failing to create a sense of tension or mystery in key moments of the film.

Emily Walker

The emotional depth and complexity of the soundtrack in Moon add layers of meaning to the story, elevating the film to a truly immersive and thought-provoking experience. The music enhances every scene, drawing the viewer deeper into Sam's inner turmoil and existential crisis.

Patricia Robinson

The soundtrack of Moon is a haunting and atmospheric masterpiece that perfectly captures the isolation and psychological turmoil of the main character, Sam Bell. The eerie and ethereal tones create a sense of unease and mystery that mirrors Sam's own feelings of confusion and paranoia.

Carol Jackson

The soundtrack of Moon perfectly captures the eerie and isolated atmosphere of the lunar station. The haunting melodies and minimalistic tones create a sense of loneliness and introspection that aligns perfectly with Sam Bell's emotional journey.

Thomas Parker

The musical themes in Moon effectively convey the emotional journey of the protagonist, from longing for human connection to questioning reality and his own identity.

Steven King

Overall, I believe that the soundtrack of Moon fell short in creating a compelling and immersive auditory experience that could have elevated the storytelling and emotional impact of the movie. It failed to resonate with the themes of loneliness, identity crisis, and existential dread that defined Sam Bell's character arc, ultimately detracting from the overall viewing experience.