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Al Reinert

For All Mankind

Edition 1990
80' - 1989 - Documentary - Dialogue: English
Director: Al Reinert Composer: Brian Eno With: Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly, Russell Schweickart
During the four years between December 1968 and November 1972, there were nine manned space flights to the moon. Twenty-four men made the journey, the first human beings to leave the planet for another world. They carried with them their private thoughts and the collective aspirations of a nation. For All Mankind is composed entirely of footage the Apollo crews brought back, magnificently blown up to 35 mm and accompanied by a stunning, evocative score by Brian Eno. Using excerpts from over 80 hours of taped interviews with the astronauts, the film constructs one composite story of their journeys.

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Credits

Director

Al Reinert

Composer

Brian Eno

With

Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly, Russell Schweickart

Editor

Susan Korda

Producer

Betsy Broyles Breier, Al Reinert

More information

Dialogue

English

Countries of production

United States of America

Year

1989

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