Richard Linklater Kidd in the movie Space

A little boy in an orange jumpsuit and a white helmet happily spins upside down in the zero gravity room

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Richard Linklater He is the famous director of films like boyhood, slacker, SubUrbiaWhathe is before triple. It seems like an unlikely option for helm a goofy movie About a teenage boy who inadvertently becomes an astronaut, but that’s just one of the mysteries that this first weird trailer for… Apollo 10 1/2: Childhood in the Space Age.

There’s a lot to consider here, but let’s start with the absurd hypothesis that NASA accidentally built a smaller lunar model than it had planned. It is without a doubt80s –Apollo 10 1/2 It could be the perfect companion piece to the 1986 movie space campwhere a bona fide robot launches a shuttle full of children into space – except for Apollo 10 1/2 It is clearly set in the 1960s. My next big question He is, Why Linklater has decided to use Same rotoscopic animation as he did in his 2006 movie, Darkley Scanner? There, the weirdness of the visuals arguably matches that of a dystopian science fiction story, but for a movie about a group of families living idyllic lives in the suburbs of the 1960s, it’s pretty hard to see.

Also, maybe the kid doesn’t go to space? Here is the official summary:

Apollo 10 1/2: Childhood in the Space Age It tells the story of the first moon landing in the summer of 1969 from two intertwined perspectives – that of an astronaut and mission control of a triumphant moment, and through the eyes of a child growing up in Houston, Texas with intergalactic dreams of his own. Inspired by the life of Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Richard Linklater, Apollo 10 1/2: Childhood in the Space Age It’s a snapshot of 1960s American life, part maturity, part societal commentary, and part out-of-this-world adventure.”

Starring Milo Qui, Lee Eddy, Bill Wise, Natalie Lamoreaux, Zachary Levi, Jack Black, Apollo 10 1/2: Childhood in the Space Age It will (and then) land on Netflix on April 1. I hope you gain an introduction to the NASA workers who assembled the unit and slowly realize as the horror and nausea grow, that something terribly happened, Terribly wrong – wrong – wronged


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