Netflix’s newest original is a suspenseful space thriller about a tiny group of three astronauts who are sent to Mars and face an unthinkable moral dilemma. The cast of Stowaway is tiny but extremely talented, with Anna Kendrick as a medical researcher (Zoe), Daniel Dae Kim as a scientist (David), and Toni Collette as a ship captain (Marina). With their limited resources, what happens when the skeleton team is burdened with one more crew member (Shamier Anderson’s Michael)? Let’s get started on the Stowaway conclusion.
Joe Penna, a Brazilian director who previously directed Arctic with Mads Mikkelsen in 2018, co-wrote and directed the film, which debuted on Netflix alongside a slew of other exciting April releases. Before we begin, be aware that this article contains big SPOILERS for the Netflix film Stowaway.
Stowaway ends on a somber note, with the crew attempting to save themselves after Michael inadvertently boarded their starship. When Michael is discovered as a stowaway on their voyage to Mars, the three-person crew learns that merely existing on the craft with them would sabotage the mission, leaving none of them alive.