Compelling chronicle on the processes leading up to the events of the first man on the moon. The film discusses the attempts to shuttle people up into space (although that was after the rockets were tested and a number of them failed to even lift off, thankfully not resulting in fatalities) during the late 1960's and early 1970's, which included several moon landings. Those telling their stories of being sent to the moon include Al Bean, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin and about five other crew members. I think that is a well-made documentary on the space age and landing on the orbiting body that circles the Earth, although I am sort hyped up on the suspicions that the moonwalking was real. I have some hesitation on the situation and I found it really fascinating how at the end, the astronauts made it clear that all the conspiracies are false (at least they had the bravery to face the issue). It is certainly Americana, but it always nice to watch movies that have to do with outer space, at least that's how I see it.