This is a video question set to accompany the 1989 documentary, For All Mankind. This is the best take on the Apollo mission I have ever seen, and it was eventually added to the prestigious Criterion Collection.
It's a "right-brain" (creative/artistic) look at the very "left-brain" (analytical/methodical) enterprise of putting a man on the moon. And it works beautifully.
I sometimes show it at the end of the year in my various physics courses as a reminder for why we work so hard at difficult problems. Doing so pushes the bounds of what is possible. Seems worthwhile to me.
The question set treads lightly on this film, because I really don't want to get in its way.