The European refugee crisis has brought a lot of hysteria, delirious frights and regrettable actions. Desperate questioning surfaces from the chaos: What is humanity? What is Europe? What do we want it to be? Many questions that contemporary ideologies seem to fail answering. Jupiter’s Moon stages a young migrant named Aryan (Zsombor Jéger) who discovers he can levitate after gettingt shot while crossing the border. Mustering sci-fi, thriller and parable together, Mundruczó’s film examines the very process of storytelling and sways between invention and social depiction in an attempt to grasp reality and delve into its substance.