Finnish filmmaker Timo Vuorensola’s latest movie is a science fiction comedy called ‘Iron Sky.’
It is 1945 and a group of Nazi scientists escape the Fall of Third Reich in space rockets and land on the Dark Side of the Moon.
Undetected they construct a military base and invasion armada, but the announcement of the arrival of a US Space Shuttle spreads panic with hilarious consequences.
The director says the film borrows from cinematic history:
“I would say that if Mel Brooks wanted to do a film combining “Independence Day” and “Doctor Strangelove” our film would be more or less the end result.”
Iron Sky is on rolling world wide release.