Four million years before Columbus crossed the Atlantic, a damaged star ship carrying a hibernated non-human crew enters the solar system. Only four crew members are still alive. The commander believes their mission is a one-way ticket. The others hope to return home some day. Stranded on Earth and struggling to survive, they come across an irrational species similar to their own: the ape-men.
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A spectacular view of the solar system millions of miles away.
A huge space craft approaches the outskirts of the system.
INT. SPACE CRAFT
IN THE CORRIDORS
Sporadic flashes of light cut the darkness. The structure of the ship trembles.
The sound of metal clanking and blasts of vapor fill the air.
Stalactites of ice take up the corners of the ceiling.
IN THE HIBERNATION CHAMBER
The cracked transparent cover of the first vault reveals a skeleton of a being, similar to a human skeleton. The shape of the skull indicates it belongs to another species.
discover life on a
distant blue planet:
A huge space craft approached the outskirts of the solar system. There was a spectacular view of the sun from the ship, millions of miles away.
In the corridors of the space craft, sporadic flashes of light cut the darkness and the structure of the ship trembled. The sound of metal clanking and blasts of vapor filled the air. Stalactites of ice took up the corners of the ceiling. Several chambers of the ship were deserted. It seemed to be malfunctioning, abandoned and drifting in space.
It was four million years before Columbus crossed the Atlantic when this space craft cruised by the small planet of Pluto.
Cradle of Life and Death
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