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50 years after man’s first step on the moon in 1969, the earth’s satellite is today – more than ever – at the core of geopolitical and economic stakes.
The stepping stone to any mission to Mars, the Moon has also become a new source of energy and resources. Despite International treaties stating it cannot be appropriated by any state or company, the Americans, Russians, Chinese, Koreans and Indians are already making plans for the Moon, alongside companies privately funded by billionaires who see it as their new Eldorado, further blurring the boundaries between geostrategic and economic issues.
Director: Véronique Préault
Produced by: La Compagnie des Taxi-Brousse
2019 | 52 minutes | SDH subtitles