100 Years In the Future, Humans Live At a Garden City On The Moon

100 Years In the Future, Humans Live At a Garden City On The Moon

Moonhaven is a utopian community set on a 500 square mile Garden of Eden built on the Moon to find solutions to the problems that will soon end civilization on Mother Earth.

The movie’s premise is set in a dystopian society about 200 years in the future. The Earth is in a
dilapidated state with high pollution levels and limited resources. Majority of the water sources
are contaminated, food is a rare commodity, and the air’s oxygen levels are incredibly low.
Many years ago, a group of humans were sent to the moon, alongside an Artificial Intelligence system
called IO, to create a more liveable society and develop useful technology to help save the Earth.
After three generations, the humans on the moon successfully established a grandiose society,
inhabitable by humans and full of resources named “Moonhaven.” They started living a good life,
while the people on Earth still suffered from the planet’s terrible conditions.
On a cold night in Moonhaven, a girl named Chill steals and runs away with a peculiar
device. However, she is soon caught and killed by her lover, Strego, who retrieves it from her.
The following morning, a pair of patrolling police officers named Arlo and Paul, find the body of a
murdered woman in an open field. Using an advanced tracking gadget, they identify her as Chill Span,
the woman from earlier. They are shocked by the incident, as this is the first murder
that has ever happened on Moonhaven. Soon, the duo heads out to search for the killer.
This doesn’t take long, though, as they arrest and imprison Strego shortly after.
However, when the officers visit his cell for questioning, he attacks one of them
and immediately makes a run for it. Next, we are introduced to the protagonist,
Bella Sway; an experienced pilot, who has been tasked to transport Indira Mare,
the “Envoy of IO” and a high-ranking official on Earth, alongside her bodyguard, Tomm,
to the moon for an executive visit. Before they commence their journey,
Tomm engages Bella in a little chat, breaking the ice as the two get friendly. Soon, Indira
arrives, and the trio embark on their journey to the moon.
On the ship, Bella receives a call from Jatey, a friend of hers on Earth, who asks her to smuggle
a psychedelic drug named Singer, from the moon back to the Earth. At first, she is skeptical,
but when Jatey insists a lot, she agrees. In the next scene, the aircraft finally lands
on the moon after a long trip. Bella remains on the aircraft while Indira, accompanied by Tomm,
heads out for a meeting with Council Chair; Maite, the ruler of the moon’s human society.
About an hour later, Bella spots a bird which nosedives into a surrounding lake,
dropping off a package. She retrieves the package and takes it inside the spaceship.
On opening it, she finds ‘the Singer’, which she was tasked to smuggle to Earth.
Just as she keeps the package in a hidden drawer, Bella sees two policemen knocking on
the aircraft’s doors via the surveillance cameras. Curious to find out what they want, she opens it,
letting them in. The officers turn out to be the same ones that found Chill’s body, and they have
come to bring her in for questioning. Bella is confused as to why she’s being asked to come along
with them but she obliges nonetheless. On getting to their quaint precinct,
she learns that her sister, Chill, was murdered the day before. However,
the news doesn’t faze Bella as she didn’t even know of her sister’s existence because her mother
left for the moon right after Bella’s birth. In the following scene, Bella is taken by Paul
to see Chill’s adoptive sister, Asus. Asus had witnessed her sister’s murder and requested to see
Bella, to pass a message to her. On her arrival, Asus tells her about her mother and sister,
before informing Paul that there was a second witness besides her
at the crime scene. On hearing this, Paul and Bella revisit the scene to look for clues.
There, they spot a figure watching them from the woods. The duo swiftly runs after the stalker.
Soon, they reach a wall demarcating the livable human-conducive area from the rest of the moon.
Despite Paul’s warnings, Bella goes past it, crawling through a nearby hole in pursuit
of the stalker. However, when she gets outside, she instantly feels lightheaded
and doesn’t go far before collapsing due to the lack of oxygen in the area.
When she wakes up, she finds herself in an unfamiliar house. On investigating,
she finds Paul and his family having lunch at the dinner table and proceeds to join them. In
the process, she learns a bit about their culture on the moon such as their strange
cuisines as well as the various dances they offer to bereaved families. When it’s her turn,
she tells them about Earth and how the people are still living there in dilapidated conditions.
Elsewhere, Indira is in a meeting with Maite, the Council Chair. Indira informs her that IO’s
algorithm has proposed a change of Moonhaven’s council authority, despite there being two years
left in the current administration’s tenure. Maite expresses her displeasure on hearing the
news, citing that she has done nothing to deserve the termination of her rule.
Indira agrees but reminds Maite that IO is capable of making accurate predictions
of the future and advises the councilwoman to quit before Earth’s top officials take action.
In the following scene, Bella, who has returned to the aircraft, sees a system
intruder warning on her monitor. When she goes to investigate the source of the alert,
she finds Strego lurking in a corner and quickly tases him. However, before she can take definitive
action, she is interrupted by Tomm, who calls for her from the other end of the aircraft.
Bella goes to meet him, and there, Tomm initiates a random but wholesome conversation with her.
A few minutes later, Strego also enters the room and tells Tomm that his project is done,
causing Tomm’s countenance to immediately change. He
shoots Strego, instantly killing him and soon after, attacks Bella.
The two begin fighting, and ultimately Tomm gets the upper hand. However, in a desperate attempt,
Bella reaches for the Singer and manages to inject him with it. Thus, stunning and disarming him.
In the next scene, a frightened Bella walks out of the aircraft and runs into Paul.
Seeing Bella in a frightened state, Paul sedates her, causing the former to collapse on him.
When she wakes up, she finds herself in a tent and instantly panics, trying to find an exit.
She pushes against one of its sides and falls through, landing in a body of water. It turns
out that the tent is isolated in a mighty sea. Meanwhile, Indira, who has long returned
to the spaceship, holds a virtual meeting with the Earth’s Council. She informs them of the recent
happenings on the moon, including the murders of Strego and Chill, as well as the attack on Tomm.
The council is furious at the turn of events and speculates that Strego was the one who attacked
Tomm, which makes them fearful that the Mooners are turning against them. This fear is especially
aggravated as the first batch of Mooners is scheduled to return to Earth to begin its
restoration process in less than a couple weeks. Indira tries her best to alleviate their fears,
assuring them that she is in control of the situation, but the council is still skeptical.
Later that day, Paul takes a canoe to visit Bella. When he enters the tent, she attacks him,
thinking he’s there to harm her. However, he explains that he only brought her there to keep
her safe. Hearing this, Bella finally calms down. Unsure of what happened last night, Paul asks her
about Tomm and Strego. Surprisingly, Bella lies to him, as she is scared to have him discover
that she was the one smuggling Singer. She tells him that Strego was the one who injected Tomm with
the drug. Paul senses that something is amiss, but decides to believe her story anyway. Before
he leaves, he informs her that Tomm is still alive and recuperating back at the ship, thanks to IO.
In the meantime, Indira pays a visit to Maite’s home. There, she firmly asks her to relinquish
her position and pass IO’s key to the next council chair. However, Maite remains adamant
on staying in power and rejects her request. Elsewhere, we see that Bella has made her way
to another tent, several meters away from the first. She steals a canoe nearby and paddles
for over an hour before finally reaching shore. In a bid to return to her spaceship, she runs
around the forest but soon gets lost and captured by the mooners. Following this, she is isolated
at the city’s station in a sleep-like state. Coincidentally, Paul, who was also at the station,
uses their advanced technology to search her mind and watches some of her life experiences,
specifically the war times in which she served in the military as a pilot. However, since he
is not used to such acts of violence, he isn’t able to keep watching and turns the feed off.
Then, he goes through her call records and finds her conversation with Jatey. Thus, confirming that
she is the smuggler. Immediately, he wakes her from the dream-like state
and brings her in for thorough questioning. Confronted with the damning evidence,
Bella comes clean on the smuggling but maintains that she did not attack Tomm with the Singer.
Upon hearing her confession, Paul takes her to the Moon Council for a trial to determine her fate.
During the trial, one council member advocates they put her back to the sleep state,
while another proposes they send her back to the Earth, where she belongs. However,
before they finalize on one of the options, Paul steps forward and tells the council about what
he saw in her memories. He declares her a broken soul, reminding them that the role
of Mooners is to save Earth souls like her. With this, he suggests that the council let
her stay under his supervision instead. The council is moved by his words
and eventually sets Bella free. After the trial, Paul, now responsible for Bella,
takes her to his house. There, she finally reveals everything and admits that she was
the one who injected Tomm with the Singer but clarifies that it was purely in self-defense.
Paul appreciates her honesty and hands her a bag containing a wooden box which
belonged to her sister, Chill. Inside, she finds a collection of her mother’s things,
including a strange-looking projection device. When they switch it on, they find a prerecorded
message from Chill, warning them that the Mooners were never going to save the Earth.
She also mentions that ‘The Bridge’, which is the transport of the Mooners to the Earth,
is a trap. The message leaves the duo in awe as they stare at the projection in disbelief.
The following morning, Paul visits his partner, Arlo, in his house to tell him about
Chill’s ominous warning from the recording. Paul panics at the severity of the issue,
but Arlo comforts and reassures him that they will eventually discover the truth.
When Paul leaves the house, he finds a girl dressed in officer’s clothing
waiting for him outside. She introduces herself as Blu, his assigned apprentice,
and silently tails him as he walks away. Meanwhile, Bella goes to meet Indira to inform her
that Tomm is a double agent who is in cohorts with some Mooner rebels trying to sabotage the Bridge.
She recounts what happened on the night of the attack, explaining that Tomm tried to
kill her because she witnessed Strego speak to him. However, Indira does not believe her,
declaring that Tomm would never betray her. Right then, we get a flashback to Indira’s past,
at an IO training facility. There, a teenage Indira meets another student named Basta.
The two girls instantly hit it off and become best friends. Their stay at the facility is
generally peaceful and quiet. However, one day the facility is attacked by a group of terrorists.
Indira and Basta enter a hidden room to hide from the armed men but are quickly
discovered by one of them. Much to Indira’s surprise, Basta joins him and leaves,
revealing that she is one of the terrorists. Back to the present, Bella returns to her ship
and retrieves the package which the Singer was contained in. She returns and shows it to Paul,
who analyses the object but can’t seem to make much of it as it has no distinct
markings or symbols. However, when she mentions that a bird delivered it, he
immediately goes wide-eyed, realizing the source. Soon, he takes her to a craft shop where Mooners
construct robotic delivery birds. On entering the shop, Bella spots a pelican-shaped design
identical to the one that delivered the Singer, and stares at its craftsman suspiciously.
Just then, the man sprints out of the shop and into a nearby forest while Bella quickly
chases him in hot pursuit, with Paul trailing behind. Luckily, after a bit of back and forth,
they finally capture the runaway craftsman, Sirl, and bring him in for questioning.
At the precinct, they ask who he’s working with, but Sirl is uncooperative and denies
being involved. In a bid to bait him, Bella lies that Tomm has woken up and would eventually spill
all the secrets of the Mooner rebels. However, Sirl remains silent and is eventually allowed to
leave the precinct when they realize that he won’t budge. As he leaves, Paul asks Blu to spy on him,
just in case he does anything suspicious. Later that day, Paul and Bella engage in
a little argument over the intentions of the Mooners. Bella is certain that some Mooners are
trying to sabotage the Bridge with the help of Tomm, as they want to keep the paradise
they established away from Earth. But Paul, who blindly trusts his people, does not see reason
and swears that the Mooner would never do that. In the following scene, Maite and Indira enter
the IO authorization chamber. The chamber permits access to foreign aircraft to enter the Moonhaven
and requires authorization from both leaders. Without their unanimous consent,
no ship can land in the haven. Maite and Indira initiate the
authorization process in anticipation of the arrival of a fleet of aircraft, which are to
convey the first batch of Mooners to the Earth. However, at the last authorization stage, Maite
has a change of heart and withdraws her consent. Thus, canceling the endorsement as she storms
out of the chamber, giving Indira no explanation. Confused, Indira reports the matter to the Earth
Council, who become even more anxious over the situation as patience is running thin on Earth,
with humans expecting the Mooners to arrive soon to recuperate the planet.
In the following scene, Bella, Paul, and his daughter, Elna, are walking through the woods
when Paul receives a nearby distress signal from Blu. They quickly trace the signal and
find her lying amongst some shrubs in the forest. She informs them that Sirl caught her stalking him
in the woods and then tried to kill her. However, she fought back and luckily managed to knock him
out. The group helps her up and after this, they trace Sirl’s footsteps to a nearby cave.
In it, they discover that some Mooners have removed their implants,
which are small pebble-like trackers that help IO monitor each individual’s movements
and activities. Hence, making them untraceable. The group brainstorms why they would do this,
and soon deduces that Sirl must have told them about Tomm’s recovery. Therefore, they
realize that the mooners are planning to attack Tomm. Wasting no time, Bella and Paul quickly
head to Indira’s house, accompanied by a squad of officers to protect Tomm, who is still in a coma.
Early the next morning, a masked Mooner attacks a guarding
officer right outside the house, sedating her. The episode ends as the rest of the group slowly
encircles the house, preparing for an ambush. Subscribe for more videos like this, turn
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