David is drawn into the space program by a series of coincidences that convince him of alien involvement. But why do the aliens want to put one of their own on a manned mission? Surely they can get to space whenever they need to. The answer may lie in the meaning of some photographs taken by an unmanned probe. Photographs that reveal some disturbingly regular objects on the moon's surface.
Did You Know?
The Saturn V show in some scenes, including the Moonshot thumbnail is a nonflyable rocket that was never meant to fly. See more
The armed guard at the beach is "one of them", yet the actor, who isn't wearing concealing gloves, doesn't hold his right hand (facing the camera) with the gap between his ring finger and his pinkie. See more
[Act One Narration
The nation has been stunned. The first screaming newspaper stories spoke of a fishing accident and the strange, red fog. Two men, slated to walk on the face of the moon, had unaccountably perished. For David Vincent, there was an answer, terrifying in its implications. And so he came to the Florida Keys to find the radio operator who had heard the vacationing astronauts' final words.