This hard-hitting mockumentary exposes how Stanley Kubrick faked the 1969 moon landing, with seeming-endorsements from many key players in NASA and the US government.

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William Karel
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Buzz Aldrin ... Himself
Loïs Aldrin Loïs Aldrin ... Herself
Jan Harlan ... Himself
Farouk Elbaz Farouk Elbaz ... Himself
Christiane Kubrick ... Herself
Lawrence Eagleburger Lawrence Eagleburger ... Himself (archive footage)
Henry Kissinger ... Himself (archive footage)
Jeffrey Hoffman Jeffrey Hoffman ... Himself
Richard Helms Richard Helms ... Himself (archive footage)
Alexander Haig Alexander Haig ... Himself (archive footage)
Donald Rumsfeld ... Himself (archive footage)
David Scott David Scott ... Himself
Tad Brown Tad Brown ... David Bowman
Jacquelyn Toman Jacquelyn Toman ... Maria Vargas
Bernard Kirschoff Bernard Kirschoff ... Dimitri Muffley
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This hard-hitting mockumentary exposes how Stanley Kubrick faked the 1969 moon landing, with seeming-endorsements from many key players in NASA and the US government.

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France

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French | English

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16 October 2002 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Dark Side of the Moon See more »

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Awards: Award for Excellence in TV or Film and Best Film on Science (Go Figure Festival, Montreal, 2003) See more »

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References Barry Lyndon (1975) See more »

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Not great.
27 July 2006 | by happyreflexSee all my reviews

I have to write something because I can't let the existing review be the only one. This is not a set of anti-American lies passed off as a documentary; it's a straightforward mockumentary. You were supposed to know that.

That said, the writer gave us a nice little conspiracy theory story, but I really didn't think the results were all that interesting. I felt things turned out kind of stiff in the end. People were too serious about things. Could've used a bit more humor. Forgotten Silver, which comes to mind when discussing this film, shows how a balance could be hit when making a mockumentary of this tone.

On an unrelated note, Chomsky > Moore.


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