In-house, certainly. ML is, as they were quite a few times already, economic with the truth in that respect. The layout, the diameter, the arrangement of the gear train and the slightly reworked balance cock give it away as a typical Unitas 6497 with two modules- one for automatic winding, and one for the complications. ML can pull off nice in-house movement, like in the Masterpiece Gravity, but they were cutting corners with this one.
You cannot explain away a wantonly immoral act, because you think that it is connected to some higher purpose.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Star Trek: The Next Generation