Serious Moonlight

Apollo doc is one giant leap for movie kind

Some say the Super Bowl is the only true remnant of America’s once-communal society. If you call getting assaulted by four-hour pregame shows and inane advertising communal, okay. But we’d argue that the last moment when this society was truly at one was July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong planted his gigantic NASA boot on the lunar surface. You can revisit that American high-water mark in a communal setting when Phoenix Art Museum presents a free screening of the epic space adventure In the Shadow of the Moon, which tells the Apollo astronauts’ tales via first-person interviews and archival footage.
Sun., Feb. 1, 1 p.m., 2009
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