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  • A movie about getting to a utopian planet that found out to be a fake one, instead the people were connected to a machine, that took them to a virtual environment, that had the name of the said utopian planet
  • Earth is in some sort of problem and humanity is living in a space station or on the fake utopian planet
  • The main character is a woman, trying to survive
  • The space station is run by a some sort of big corporation

Which movie is this?

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    Any idea when this may have been made - for example, when you saw it would exclude more recent movies. – iandotkelly Jul 31 '13 at 4:08
  • We've got a dedicated site for these questions. – Wikis Jul 31 '13 at 11:55
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The movie is Cargo, in case you never found it. I found this forum searching for the same film..

From Wikipedia:

Lindbergh realizes that Portmann doesn't trust her and restrains her too, revealing to her that Rhea is a giant virtual reality simulation on a station in orbit around the actual, uninhabitable, planet.

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Except for the big corporation aspect, that describes an episode of the original Star Trek series: For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky (1968) which no doubt inspired many similar stories.

  • I was going to say it describes many TV episodes. There is one just like this in Stargate, Outer Limits and a few others. – Reactgular Aug 30 '13 at 10:19

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