Prometheus

Prometheus
Prometheus

Year

2012

Duration

119 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

It's hard to imagine sci-fi without the contribution of British director Ridley Scott, whose Alien and Blade Runner reinvigorated and refined the genre. He returns with a prequel to Alien, one of the most terrifying and influential films ever made. The crew of spaceship Prometheus is on a research mission bound towards a distant moon, their destination set by clues in a prehistoric cave painting. Eager to get to the heart of the mystery, they are unprepared for the challenges that their discovery throws up- to their theories, beliefs, and ultimately to their own lives.

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This film contains strong violence, gore, threat and horror.

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