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Ridley Scott's 'Alien: Covenant' is a sleek, suspenseful return to form - Los Angeles Times

In space, no one can hear you snore. In a sense, a bed is precisely what the ship is. The 2,000 souls on board, plus a large stash of embryos kept in deep freeze, are on their way to a distant planet called Origae-6, where they intend to establish a new home for humanity. The purpose of these sails is to harness energy and recharge the ship, but as elegantly imagined by director Ridley Scott , they resemble nothing so much as the gently billowing drapes of an enormous canopy bed. Early on in “Alien: Covenant,” before any spleens have ruptured or any Xenomorphs have reared their hideous heads, a large ship glides through outer space and unfurls its golden sails, like an ocean vessel catching a light breeze. Source: www.latimes.com








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