Firsthand Accounts of Landing ‘In the Shadow of the Moon’

Kids still want to be astronauts, right? This documentary gives the firsthand accounts of Jim Lovell and the first men to walk on the moon, and the stories are both aw-shucks hilarious (Lovell says that mounting a giant rocket seemed like “a quick way to a short career”) and surprisingly poetic: “Just from the distance of the moon, you can hide the Earth behind your thumb, everything that you have ever known; your loved ones, your business, the problems of the Earth itself.”

In the Shadow of the Moon


Out sale Feb. 12