Neil and Buzz have just landed on the Moon, but only one of them can be the first to set foot on its surface. They might make history - if they can just stop fighting like children.

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Neil and Buzz have just landed on the Moon, but only one of them can be the first to set foot on its surface. They might make history - if they can just stop fighting like children.

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Neil: first man on moon. Buzz: second. Second sucks!

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Comedy | Short

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2 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Premiered at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival. Based on the two-man play, King of the Moon by Scott Alan Smith and Adam Paul which ran at the HBO Workspace a record 5 times and the Groundlings theater in LA. The play was directed by Elizabeth Sampson. It premiered in New York City at the Present Company in 1998. See more »

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Buzz Aldrin: Second sucks!
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King Of the Moon - Original, Smart & Funny
29 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this film when it was shown at the Tribecca Film Festival. It was imaginative, well written, superbly acted. The wonderful way that the relationship between Buzz & Neil progresses and the funny way that possible character tensions are played out between them was so clever. The imagined ego battles and insecurities are played with smart, broad strokes. This film is a short and I wanted it to go on & on. I wasn't ready for it to end. I especially loved Adam Paul as Buzz. His role as co-writer of this fun script also makes him someone to watch for when he is not in front of the camera! Also watch for the subtle changes in the set as the storyline progresses -- A well used plot devise.


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