Spaceman (2024) Hindi Movie Review

Spaceman (2024) Hindi Movie Storyline

Spaceman (2024) Hindi Movie: An intergalactic odyssey of love, ambition, and self-discovery. Orphaned as a boy, and raised in the Czech countryside by his doting grandparents, Jakub Proch├ízka has risen from small-time scientist to become the country’s first astronaut. When a dangerous solo mission to Venus offers him both the chance at heroism he’s dreamt of, and a way to atone for his father’s sins as a Communist informer, he ventures boldly into the vast unknown. But in so doing, he leaves behind his devoted wife, Lenka, whose love, he realizes too late, he has sacrificed on the altar of his ambitions. Alone in Deep Space, Jakub discovers a possibly imaginary giant alien spider, who becomes his unlikely companion. Over philosophical conversations about the nature of love, life, and death, and the deliciousness of bacon, the pair form an intense and emotional bond. Will it be enough to see Jakub through a clash with secret Russian rivals and return him safely to Earth for a second chance with Lenka?

Spaceman (2024) Hindi Overview

Genre: Sci-fi, Adventure, Drama

Original Language: English

Director: Johan Renck

Producer: Lia Buman, Reid Carolin, Tim Headington, Peter Kiernan, Michael Parets, Max Silva, Channing Tatum

Writer: Colby Day

Release Date (Theaters): Feb 22, 2024  Limited

Release Date (Streaming): Mar 1, 2024

Runtime: 1h 48m

Distributor: Netflix

Production Co: Stillking Films, Tango Entertainment, Free Association

Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos

Spaceman (2024) Hindi Movie Review

Greetings again from the darkness. Have you hugged a spider today? Adam Sandler has. Well, technically it’s his character who does the hugging. Jakub Prochazka is a Czech astronaut 189 days into his year-long mission. He’s flying solo on “the outskirts of Jupiter” to explore the Chopra cloud which is expected to reveal the beginning of time. Honestly, it feels like a job worthy of more than one man, however, that’s what the source material provides. Based on the 2017 book “Spaceman of Bohemia” by Jaroslav Kalfar, Johan Renck directs the adapted screenplay by Colby Day. Mr. Renck does not jump to mind when thinking of an Adam Sandler movie.

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