The year is 2056. Mega-corporations have polluted Earth to the point where clean breathing air has become all but obsolete. The rich converge in domes with decontaminated oxygen, leaving the poor to suffer. But all hope isn’t lost. Aboard the planet’s remaining space research station is grouchy scientist Dmitri (Mark Ivanir), who has just created an algae-based air filter with the power to make everything back home hunky-dory once again. But just as he’s getting ready to send his elixir down to civilization, the planet is enveloped in a mysterious brown fog that has likely killed everyone. So Dmitri and astronauts Hannah (Julia Franz Richter) and Gavin (George Blagden) must weigh the pros and cons of leaving their little safe haven and flying down to the poisonous cesspool that was once Earth to deliver the algae to any potential survivors. Rubikon sounds like a thrilling Roland Emmerich-style disaster flick, right?
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