Sci-fi movie’s moon scenes “could not have been filmed on Earth”
by our space correspondent L.G. Mann
The makers of the science-fiction comedy “Iron Sky” have remained tight-lipped over speculation about their production methods.
A recently leaked out-take from the lunar base set of the film shows a cameraman tripping over a cable in a manner apparently inconsistent with terrestrial conditions.
“He trips and it sends him flying,” explained forensics expert Professor Anne Orac,”but the distance he flies is approximately six times further than one would expect on Earth. That means either he’s six times stronger than a typical human, or the gravity in the room was six times weaker.”
The video, posted to whistle-blowers’ site Hikileaks, was never intended for public viewing, and its absence from the Iron Sky Blu-Ray release has raised questions about a cover-up.
Renowned sceptic author Pilchard Hawkins stated “There’s no room for doubt here any more. The only known place with one-sixth Earth gravity is above our heads. These people have clearly built a film set of the Moon, then built a studio around the set, then transported it all to the surface of the real Moon. That’s the only logical explanation, Occam’s Razor eliminates any other possibilities.”
Energia Productions were unavailable for comment due to communication problems during the recent eclipse.