Relive the drama and danger of the mission to the moon
This exhilarating, immersive documentary takes us back to 1969 and relives the drama of America’s Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
Focusing on the nail-biting launch and the perilous landing on the lunar surface, the film reveals how close the mission came to disaster.
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