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“Gallo may or may not be suffering from the early stages of "pandorum", which is the nickname given by flight officers to a nervous disorder that can afflict persons undergoing lengthy space travel and is characterized by tremors, nosebleeds and, ultimately, homicidal dementia.”
“The term "pandorum" refers to what happens to the human psyche as a result of deep space hibernation, when the brain starts turning on its self, spinning out of control, and essentially 'losing it.”
“Problem is, when you're suffering from pandorum you tend to become completely paranoid and think that everyone else has it but you.”
“Since nobody wants to deal with pandorum, NASA is sticking close to home on their newest mission.”
“And yeah, I get that Quaid suffering from pandorum was what lead to the beginning of the film, but the opening and the ending were the only aspects of the movie that the pandorum subplot were even relevant to.”
“The film would've been much more interesting if it had just stuck to the "characters suffering from pandorum" concept, which is barely capitalized on in the film.”
“Is a case of pandorum the cause of what happened aboard the Elysium?”
“I'll stop here with the summary of the plot except to say that there are some frightening psychological twists to the film concerning the title "condition" of "pandorum".”
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