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When Apollo astronaut Gene Cernan stepped on the moon in December 1972 he left his footprints and his daughterês initials in the lunar dust. Now forty years later, he is ready to share his personal story of fulfillment, love and loss.
Tales of remarkable men in extraordinary times.
Cernan knows how to spin a great yarn, and if you do zone out for a moment, he can quickly reel you back in with the time he nearly died on his Gemini 9 mission or the surprisingly fierce politics...
Cernan is an interesting guy -- interesting in himself and interesting as a type.
The filmmakers, attempting to jazz up their material, get in the way a lot.
The film traces Cernan's career trajectory, going back to his days in San Diego as a hot-shot naval aviator, blending terrific archival footage with contemporary perspectives to quietly poetic effect.
You already know the history told in "The Last Man on the Moon," but this story just never grows old.
A Must See Whether you were alive when this took place or if you're learning about it for the 1st time now, nothing compares to hearing the story from the people who lived it in real time. As we come to the end of a Year In Space, I'd like to say to everybody at NASA, then & now, thank you for continuing to go where few have gone before.
Inspiring and eye opening on a more emotional scale than just technicalities. Well worth watching if you love space related exploration. I'm now Considering to buy after renting. The soundtrack is Great as well!
A unique perspective of the early days of the space program that follows Gene Cernan through his experiences, both here on Earth, and on the moon. I highly recommend this film. It is inspiring and nostalgic, but recalls a full range of emotions. I came home from the theater and immediately looked to see if I could purchase it.
One of the most personal accounts of an astronaut out there. Truly fascinating to see all of the original footage paired with interviews from today. Inspiring whether you were alive at the time or not as to what man can accomplish.
Aliens On The Moon, a compelling 90-minute documentary special, goes beyond the “official” story to examine what really might have happened on the historic day that mankind first set foot on the Moon in 1969. Presenting astounding never-before-seen archival photographic evidence unearthed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Aliens On The Moon questions the stories we have been told. What did US astronauts encounter on the lunar surface? And what are governments around the world keeping from us? Asking probing questions, interviewing authoritative lunar experts including astronaut Buzz Aldrin, analyzing never-before aired NASA photos and using incredible 3D flybys of the lunar constructions, this sensational special questions whether the Moon is potentially being used as a base, and possibly a staging area, by a mysterious race of alien beings.
A film about the international community of people fascinated with World War II, who fulfill their ambitions in computer games. They take the role of pilots of flying machines during WWII and participate in air battles in real time. Some of them treat it as a hobby, but for many of them the game has become their life. Has a new human species been born - Homo Virtualis?
Six dads of terminally ill children form a rock band called "Sleepy Dads". With an average age of 52, they aim to to hit the stage of the highly competititve Sea Music Festival. For this old, amateur band, it is as difficult as the Apollo missions to the moon. Nonetheless, these fathers show no fear because they already lead their daily lives on the edge.
Four Blood Moons explores the supernatural connection of certain celestial events to biblical prophecy, the future of Israel, God’s chosen people and to the nations of the world. From the genesis of time God has controlled the sun, the moon, and the stars to send every generation a divine signal that something historic is about to happen. The question is: Are we watching and listening for His message?