What We Left Behind: Star Trek DS9

2018

Documentary

30
IMDb Rating 8.4 10 989

Synopsis


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Cast

Alexander Siddig as Adib Abdel Kareem
Patrick Stewart as Self - Capt. Jean Luc Picard, Star Trek: TNG
Wallace Shawn as Translator
William Shatner as Self - Host
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1.05 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
116 min
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2.16 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
116 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by DrBoof 9 / 10 / 10

Great memories of Trek

A treat for anyone of us who grew up with the show and surely for those who are just discovering it. Revisit the cast in this emotional ride down memory lane, including nuances which were possibly missed. An emotional sit down with our favorite characters, paced by a bonus writer's gathering, who actually put together an impressive episode 1 of an imaginary season 8. They sure don't make them like they used to.

Reviewed by dwknuj 10 / 10 / 10

For Niners Everywhere!

I am an unapologetic Niner (one of those fans that thinks that DS9 is the best Trek ever). If you love the show, or even if you just sort of liked it, this documentary is for you. I only had one complaint against it. By the time it was over my jaw was killing me. From the opening credits until the close the grin on my face was threatening to split my bcc face apart.

Reviewed by wht1knight 10 / 10 / 10

DS9 was and still is a 10

A wonderfully composed documentary. Seeing the cast, crew and management of any production and learning the history of it is always exciting. The Star Trek franchise seems being doing that with each of its series. What sets this apart, is that we the audience can see how a story arc is developed in parallel to hearing the perspectives of everyone originally involved. Knowing the backstories, the efforts expended, and hearing the passion and humor expressed by all who spoke adds to the show's legacy. We also can see how audience reaction to the show affected the show's arc and life. This show stands the test of time, and pushed boundaries of scifi, just like Babylon 5 did. It is no coincidence that I make this statement. DS9 can and does stand on its own. I am struggling with two parts; 1.) Seeing the proposed arc for Aron Eisenberg's character Nog and realizing that it became a foreshadow for the man. 2.) Not seeing Melanie Smith who portrayed Ziyal. Her character had an impact on the story arc, and yet the actress was not even seen.

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