- 8 Days : To The Moon and Back
Really enjoyed it, I thought the new ‘live’ footage in the capsule worked well, along with the ‘footage’ of the capsule and lander in orbit.Posted 3 months ago
I never actually watched any of the original broadcasts because I was on holiday in Devon, and the caravan site social club only had a telly in the bar, and I was 15, so couldn’t go in and watch it. And it was my birthday, too! 😕forzafkawiMember
Stopped watching at 10 minutes. The fuzzy transitions between scenes to try and make it seem real was just plain annoying and the dramatisation was pathetic.
I was 14 years old when I watched the moon landing live and like millions of others was just enthralled. This is just a pale immitation of the actual events. I’m hoping some of the other commemorative programs are going to be better than this. Bravo BBC, yet another reason to ditch my TV licence.Posted 3 months agoRo5eyMember
Maybe I’m not as well versed on the topic as some of you, but I found it very enjoyable and learnt a fair bit as well.
Re the acting/dialogy …. glad they kept it pertinent but wonder what other dialogy was recorded of three man chatting for 8 days in a confined space…. Religion? Politics? Football ? Kids ? Suzy in Eagle dev ?? … farts ??Posted 3 months ago
Mystery Turd of Apollo 10 transcripts.Posted 3 months agofunkrodentMember
It’s not one of mine either, definitely stickier than that..
Great picture, sure was cramped in there. Reminds me of the back seat of my car. Any minute now the one on the right’s going to call the one in the middle a dick. The one in the middle is going to punch/pinch the one on the left who’ll accuse the one on the middle of farting who’ll punch the one on the right, who’ll start crying. And repeat ad infinitumPosted 3 months ago
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