REVIEWER: lyall carter
A documentary exploring the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin.
In celebration of fifty years since the moon landings, Apollo 11 shows never-before-seen footage and audio recordings take you straight into the heart of NASA's most celebrated mission as astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins embark on a historic trip to the moon.
This isn't any like any Apollo 11 documentary you've seen before. Not only because it shows never before seen footage and audio recordings is it so different, but its the way in which its edited together that makes Apollo 11 so enthralling.
You are completely immersed not only into the Apollo 11 mission, but into life in 1969. We see footage of ordinary people watching the launch, dignitaries, and people watching at home on television sets.
In Apollo 11 through the eyes of ordinary people you see how historic an occasion that the moon landings truly were. They really did change America and the entire world forever and Apollo 11 gives so much depth and breadth to the moon landing mission.
Its not so in depth that it will bore you, but enough to also give you scope of the complexity of the mission as well from pre flight to the crews quarantine back on planet earth. The landing itself will send shivers up your spine and goose bumps racing across your body.
One of the most immersive moon landing documentary's out there. Absolutely wondrous.