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Apollo 11

Moon space race documentary Apollo program

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I'm sure many of you already know of this, but just in case you've missed it:




It's now in theaters


The look on his face before venturing where no human had set foot before:






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I saw the film a couple weeks ago. It's incredible.

At the time, I was looking for a movie to watch, and this one seemed to be the only "good" one I hadn't seen. I checked the reviews, and they were uniformly positive; but then I thought, "Uhh... another documentary about Apollo 11. How interesting and fun could it really be? I bet it's a boring film that people like to say that they like." Then, as I watched, I became really surprised by it. The film really makes you feel present in that time and setting, in the same way that really good photography does -- where you want to look at every little detail; every line on people's faces, what they are seeing and thinking.



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I didn't realize it was an actual documentary until now. Now, that is IMPRESSIVE.

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