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Movie Title : In the Shadow of the Moon
Release Date : Sep 21, 2007 Wide
Genre Movie :Documentary
Mpaa Rating : PG

Actors :Charlie Duke,Capt. James Lovell,Ron Howard,Buzz Aldrin,Edgar Mitchell,Alan Bean,Mike Collins,Dave Scott,John Young,Gene Cernan,Harrison Schmitt

Filmmaker David Sington merges the magnificence of science with the compelling drama of the human quest for advancement with this fascinating and visually stunning meditation on the historic Apollo space program. In the four remarkable years between 1968 and 1972, American history took a defining turn as nine NASA spacecraft made the trip to the moon, and 12 bold explorers became the first men ever to set foot on ground beyond planet Earth. In this documentary, space enthusiast Sington allows the surviving crew members from each Apollo mission the unique opportunity to recount their memories of those missions in their own words as vintage, original NASA film footage offers a tantalizing glimpse of this extraordinary era in American history. Candid interviews with the astronauts reveal the sensitive and fun-loving souls whose fearlessness would lead a nation into a new era of progress, and audio recordings from Mission Control lend a newfound sense of poignancy to a variety of oft-recounted historical milestones. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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David Sington more than makes up for the straightforward nature of his film with the quality of its interviews and plenitude of staggering archive footage.
Dave Calhoun-Time Out

The movie fills us with wonder, and pride, and a tugging sense of loss.
Jonathan F. Richards-Film.com

Uniquely, almost impressively dull.
Joshua Rothkopf-Time Out New York

Successfully recaptures the feeling of what made the Apollo missions so special.
James Berardinelli-ReelViews

The astronaut interviews are fun and occasionally moving...
Reece Pendleton-Chicago Reader

The contrast between the near-surreal space footage and the down-to-earth men who were actually in those spacesuits is awe-inspiring.
Tom Long-Detroit News

Lofty recap of the Apollo moon program.
Charles Cassady-Common Sense Media

It never hurts to be reminded of our potential and our insignicance, and who better to do the reminding than clean-cut American boys who've covered up the entire world with their thumbs.
Robert Davis-Paste Magazine

I wouldn't have missed this chance to revisit one of earth's most significant encounters with deep space for anything.
Margaret Pomeranz-At the Movies (Australia)

At the heart of the film is the beautifully remastered footage of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing (some previously unseen), interspersed with testimonials from not only two of the men who were there, who describe their innermost thoughts and feelings.
Urban Cinefile Critics-Urban Cinefile

The crowd-pleaser has enough ambition to pitch a one-size-fits-all philosophy based on the Apollo crew's revelation that looking down from space, our problems seem trivial.
Amy Nicholson-I.E. Weekly

Thoroughly engaging documentary that takes a fascinating look at the moon landings using some breathtaking never before seen footage and some remarkably candid interviews with the surviving astronauts.
Matthew Turner-ViewLondon

Victoria Kettner-thelondonpaper

Respectful, enthusiastic and occasionally rather touching as the men, now in their seventies, recall how it felt up there. Yet the really important question never gets asked: what was it all for?
Anthony Quinn-Independent

The shots of the Moon, even after so many effects-heavy studio films have tried to recreate the look, are uncanny.
Sukhdev Sandhu-Daily Telegraph

Stirring stuff, packed with as many beautiful images as portentous outbursts.
Karl French-Financial Times

There is something thrilling and moving in this documentary about the great era of the Nasa moon landings.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

You probably won't find a more comprehensive document of space exploration on film.
Kevin Maher-Times [UK]

A solid, engrossing affair intercut with footage from the time, including live coverage of that famous day in July 1969 when Armstrong and Aldrin first walked on the lunar surface.
David Edwards-Daily Mirror [UK]

A timely tribute to the 12 men who landed on the moon during the 1960s and 1970s. The remastered, rediscovered documentary footage is incredible, although the absence of Neil Armstrong is disappointing.
Jamie Russell-Film4

The heart of Sington's film is the dry humour and boundless humility of his interviewees.
Paul Arendt-BBC

A bunch of old guys talking about the old days - but what old days. An absorbing doc from a filmmaker who knows a good story, and a handful of men who've lived the best story of all.
Jayne Nelson-Total Film

This wonderful documentary succeeds as a reminder of human endeavour.
Ross Bennett-Empire Magazine

It shows how great we were, once upon a time.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope

It seems more like a television program one would see on the Discovery Channel than a movie.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews

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