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Ver For the Love of Spock

For the Love of Spock is a movie starring Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, and Karl Urban. An examination of the enduring appeal of Leonard Nimoy and his portrayal of Spock in Star Trek (1966).

Documentary, Biography
Adam Nimoy
Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Chris Pine

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Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Adam Nimoy
Stars Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Chris Pine
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As Aus Liebe zu Spock
Runtime 1 h 51 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An examination of the enduring appeal of Leonard Nimoy and his portrayal of Spock in Star Trek (1966).

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 12:34

I had a chance to watch this documentary a few years ago when it was shown on PBS. I remember the "all stars" showing of the documentary, and I remember thinking, wow, this would be great for a kids program. Boy was I wrong. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. What's really awesome about it is that it really didn't reveal the answers to any of the questions raised in the film. They just showed you a bunch of pictures and interviews with other people. I highly recommend this film, and you can find it on YouTube. It is quite lengthy, but it does leave you with a lot of questions. I also recommend going to the website of the documentary because it has an interview with George Takei. He is the star of the documentary, and he is really articulate and he explains some things that were glossed over in the film. His interview is also quite interesting. This is a great documentary for adults. It is interesting to see how much the Trekkies have changed over the years, and how much the real people involved have changed as well. This is a must-see for anyone who loves Star Trek. I have watched this over 10 times now, and it never gets boring. This is really the only documentary I have ever watched that I still talk about to this day. In summary, I highly recommend this film. It is a wonderful documentary that will leave you with a lot of questions. I have not seen another documentary that has such a high rating on IMDb. It is a must-see for all fans of Star Trek.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 05:42

One of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. The film is about Star Trek the Animated Series. If you are not familiar with the series, it is about a group of people who live on the planet Vulcan. They are loyal to the Vulcan people and follow Vulcan culture. When the film starts, we see the life of the next generation of Vulcan's. They are dealing with the death of their father and the loss of the family life. They have a young Vulcan girl, Sarek. He leaves Vulcan for a new life on Earth. Sarek is very special because her father was a warrior and she wants to follow in his footsteps. To make her mother proud, the family takes her to a Vulcan wedding. The Vulcan people have a tradition of laying on of hands. When Sarek takes her to the ceremony, she and her father are looking at each other and holding hands. We know this is a tradition because of the way they hold hands. She learns to read the Vulcan language. She is learning to cook and write and tells Vulcan jokes. She wants to be a scientist. She learns about the Vulcans and their culture. She learns about the Vulcan people and their beliefs. She gets to see a Vulcan sunset and there are some Vulcan traditions that she has learned about. At the ceremony, she and her father are not able to say their goodbyes to the wedding. But at the time, there are only two people left on Vulcan. The parents and the son. They say goodbyes. They don't want Sarek to know that they are leaving. Sarek sees her mother's reflection in the glass of the Vulcan wedding. When she asks her mother if she is there, her mother looks at her and says that her son is not there. She goes back to her planet and sees her mother. The father dies and the daughter goes back to Vulcan. The daughter learns to cook, write, and love Vulcan. The mother teaches her daughter about Vulcan culture and a Vulcan tradition that she has never learned. In time, Sarek learns to love Vulcan, to be Vulcan. She learns to be a scientist and she is able to bring medicine to the planet. The film ends with a Vulcan greeting. They say their goodbyes to Vulcan. The Vulcan people say goodbye to their old people and children. The film ends with a Vulcan song. Sarek sings "I Love You, I Love You, I Love You". The Vulcan people are happy with the son's life, with Sarek's life, and with life on Vulcan. The son says goodbye to his mother and she says goodbye to him. Sarek is happy. She is a mother who loves her son and he is happy. There is no conflict in their lives. They are all happy.

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