In the opening scenes of "Life" the soil sample return vehicle was "tumbling" and approaching the station in a way that "no one had trained for." Is this scene just for a more dramatic opening sequence, or were the writers trying to convey that things had already gone wrong with the mission prior to the life form's arrival on the ISS?

  • It is clearly shown at the start that the capsule is struck by rocks, and then this is explained by Miranda North. – BCdotWEB Jul 10 '17 at 22:16
  • Screenshots from two relevant scenes from the first two minutes in the movie: imgur.com/a/29Y9i First scene is capsule being struck, second scene is Miranda North talking. – BCdotWEB Jul 10 '17 at 22:23

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