Mankind’s fascination for the moon is well depicted in a 1793 etching of the great poet-painter-printmaker William Blake, titled ‘I want! Nevertheless, the everlasting shine and beauty of the feminine form the moon embodies in imagery. It wasn’t the moon of this planet, of course, it was a real moon. The film unravels the existential trauma of the clone and his robot accomplice at a moon base. As long as the moon was a motif of beauty and the sublime, it seemed alright.
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