The Naval dog tags worn by the character of John April (Barry Corbin) in the ceremony scene are those of Troy Kenneth Smith, the father of director Kenneth Smith, who passed away when Kenneth was six years old. They were placed there as an homage to his father. See more »
Outstanding Production With A Return To Classic Trek
This is an outstanding, independent production which was five years in the making. It brings back the feeling of classic "Star Trek" from the 1960's which recent CBS/Paramount Trek productions have been lacking since the release of "Star Trek Beyond." The story of Captain Robert T. April and the first voyage of the Constitution Class U.S.S. Enterprise is one fans have long wished to see and this original story does not disappoint! The only issue with this production is the audio quality. There are times during the film where it is somewhat difficult to hear the dialogue spoken by and between actors, especially when the music and special effect sounds overtake said dialogue. However, the story and acting easily overshadow the audio. This is a highly recommended film in which the entire cast & crew gives everything to bring back what made "Star Trek" wonderful in the first place! A true Must-See for Classic Trek fans!
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