In 1967, four undercover CIA agents were sent to NASA posing as a documentary film crew. What they discovered led to one of the biggest conspiracies in American history.
|Release Date||:||July 29, 2016|
|Production Company||:||XYZ Films, Resolute Films and Entertainment, Zapruder Films|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Josh Boles, Matt Johnson|
|Casts||:||Matt Johnson, Owen Williams, Jared Raab, Josh Boles, Andrew Appelle, Ray James, Sharon Belle, Krista Madison, Joe J. Thomas, John Henry Robson, Madeleine Sims-Fewer, Tom Bolton, Johnny Osmokrovic, Chris Gonsalves, Brad Brackenridge, Antonin Lhotsky, Massimo Di Liberato, Samantha Michelle, Emilie Paquet, Joe Anastasio|
|Plot Keywords||:||moon, cia, nasa, moon landing, conspiracy, handheld camera, mockumentary, car chase, found footage, russian spy, kubrick, 1960s, cia agent, apollo 11, apollo program|
I understand that this gritty hand held camera style was intentional, but it did not work for me. I never liked these "Blair which project" style hand-held soddy grimy footages and if i had known that the entire film is in that style i would not have gone to see it. The story line was good and had a potential for a good drama or thriller. The ethical dilemma that the main character suddenly is forced to face in the middle of the film was a good hook for a gripping drama. But none of it really played out or was used properly in the film.
The muddy soddy style with ugly claustrophobic frames, none of which was in focus did not add anything to the film. The characters and dramatic element remained undeveloped and the fact that that there was not one good clear frame simply started to irritate. Until about the middle it was difficult to even understand what was going on or separate the characters from each other as we could barely see them. There was nothing to enjoy, or to go along with.This film was simply annoying, pointless and boring.