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Whats the name of the movie or tv show where people are living on the moon?

I vaguely remember a couple scenes from it. Basically people were living on the moon. I only remember children acting in the movie or tv show though. There was a scene where a child didn't want too much sunlight beaming into the room so he requested the blinds to be shut(because on the moon you have to control sunlight yourself since depending on where you live you're either living in perpetual sunlight or perpetual darkness).

There was another scene where two kids were playing and one didn't want to fall from a great height because that kid was used to Earth's gravity. So the other kid fell from the great height and was not injured because the moon has much lower gravity.
asked Apr 25, 2013 in Name That Movie by vizui (3 points)
When was this made? When did you see it?
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