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Basics Critics:67Rusty:77
Notable as: Documentary filmSub-Category: Documentary film, TravelRuntime: 80 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Al ReinertMusic: Brian EnoStars: Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Bill Anders, Buck Owens, Edwin Aldrin Jr., Pete Conrad, Charles Duke, Christopher C. Kraft, David Scott, Deke Slayton Award nominations: Academy Award for Best Documentary FeatureAward details: (details at IMDb)

For All Mankind is a 1989 documentary film documenting the Apollo missions of NASA. It was directed by Al Reinert with music by Brian Eno. The film provides 80 minutes of real NASA footage, mostly taken on the Apollo missions of the 1960s and 1970s. The focus of the documentary is on the human views of the space flights, and the original mission footage is provided along with the voices of the astronauts, from interviews and from the actual mission recordings. Among those providing narration are Jim Lovell, Michael Collins, Charles Conrad, Jack Swigert, and Ken Mattingly. The film concentrates on the beauty of the earth as seen from space. For All Mankind was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1990.

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