Review: In the Shadow of the Moon

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There are many questions at the start of this movie — a twist on a serial killer, played by Cleopatra Coleman, who shows up in 1988 dies and returns nine years later. Her return is allegedly due to a connection with a Lunar Perigee associated with a blood moon, or so it seems.

This movie is mainly a time-travel story, where the future is the reason for the deaths in the past. Mad-science meets judicial determination. I think it was an attempt at thought provocation to elicit discussion on the merits of a sadistic plan for a noble purpose. It was decent to watch, and I recommend it if you are looking for something to pass the time.

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