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This documentary tells the remarkable life of Gene Cernan, a blue-collar immigrant who went from Navy pilot to astronaut and to this day remains the last man to walk on the moon, in 1972. Through Cernan’s compelling stories, describing his missions over some astonishing photography, the audience gains a real insight into experiences most of us will never have. The film also examines life for his family and does not hold back from exploring how Cernan often neglected his domestic life in favour of his career. Full of informative contextual historical footage, the film inspires a sense of wonder, delving into the experiences of being an astronaut and interrogating what they actually did when on the moon.
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