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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine

What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine is a movie starring Max Grodénchik, Andrew Robinson, and Armin Shimerman. Ira Steven Behr explores the legacy of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).

Other Titles
What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space 9, What We Left Behind: Star Trek DS9, What We Left Behind: Star Trek Deep Space Nine, DS9: What We Left Behind
Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
David Zappone, Ira Steven Behr
Actors
Max Grodénchik, Andrew Robinson, Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Ira Steven Behr explores the legacy of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).

Comments about documentary «What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine» (10)

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Juan D.

I recently saw this on the Sci-Fi channel. It was fascinating and left me thinking a lot. Some of the interviews are really cool. I particularly liked the interviews with the two people who worked with Nimoy in the film, and the people who worked on the "Deep Space Nine" series. I think there is a lot to be learned from this film, especially from the people who worked on it. It is really a must see!

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Cynthia Hunter

The documentary looks at the legacy of Deep Space Nine, one of the most beloved television series of all time. The crew of the show are brought together to discuss their thoughts on the show, from what it means to them to what the show means to the future of Star Trek. From the top down, it's a very well made documentary, with great interviews from a variety of Trekkers. From a few questions to the top, it is a great look at the show. It's just great to see how well the show was made and how many people worked on the show. In the end, it's really a great look at how Deep Space Nine ended up being a big part of Star Trek. It's a great documentary that will be watched by a lot of Trekkers.

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James Ray

I'm in a good mood after watching this documentary. The crew that did this documentary is a joy to watch, and so is the audience. I found myself laughing and crying at the same time. I really enjoyed this documentary, and would recommend it to anyone. It is truly an eye-opener of a new era of Star Trek, the crew of the Enterprise have done a fantastic job. To all the actors, it is a great honor to have this honor, and I look forward to more episodes of Star Trek.

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Andrea Fowler

A great and entertaining documentary from a great source. The crew who made this film was inspired by the writers, who were deeply affected by the tragedy of the loss of the original series and were not just doing a documentary on the old series. They really tried to find some depth in the story and their voice is heard and heard. I was disappointed that the production didn't include some of the new episodes as well as the other specials and the ones that were included were not as good as the ones that were not. The sound quality is good and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys the old series.

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Johnny T.

As I watched this documentary, I really started to get into it. For all the special effects in the film, I think the real story of the series was the writing. It was an incredible story, and I love the way the writers explored all of the different characters, but particularly Michael Piller and David Gerrold. It's a rare thing to get a film where all the actors get an opportunity to really shine. I especially loved how they depicted the characters on screen. I hope this documentary is made available on DVD or cable, because I really enjoyed watching it.

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David Myers

I can't believe how great this documentary is. It is a MUST see for any serious Trekkie! One of the best documentaries ever! The script and the acting are both very well done and the entire production is professional. The movie is very good in my opinion and very well acted. I really feel for the cast of this movie, and the whole crew that was involved. This movie is about the crew of the original Star Trek and the events that lead to the show's cancellation. I was so upset when the show ended and it was almost impossible to see a Star Trek movie again, but I was so excited when I heard that this movie was being made. I am so glad I watched this movie, and I am so happy that they have done a wonderful job. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who is a Trekkie or is a Trekkie who has not seen the show. I think everyone should see this movie.

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Carl Carpenter

The best documentary I've ever seen. I wish it had a much better name though. This film captures the confusion, desperation, and tragedy of the original Star Trek series. I don't want to say too much about the film, but I will say that this is the only Star Trek documentary I have ever seen that actually does a good job of capturing the wonder of Star Trek, and the tragedy of losing the entire franchise. While some might say that this film is not much of a Star Trek documentary, I say that this film shows the true impact of the original series on the fans, and also the true tragedy of losing a very important series.

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Joyce Hughes

I had heard this documentary was on my TV, and my first thought was "it's gonna be a boring documentary" but I didn't have any expectations, so I decided to watch it, and I was pleasantly surprised. The director did a great job with telling the story, and the whole time I was not bored, so I was not expecting that. And it was very enjoyable to see what it must have been like to be on the set, and the actors were very well chosen. I also liked the way the director showed the original series, and some of the cast members showed their true personalities. The actors that played the parts of the characters were good, and they were all able to act very well, they were able to bring the characters to life. The script was also very well written. Overall, I would recommend this documentary to everyone. It is a very interesting documentary about a very important topic, and it's a must watch.

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Larry Soto

The new documentary "Looking Back at Deep Space Nine" is a collection of interviews with various people involved in the show. In it, we hear from George Takei (who plays Hikaru Sulu in the show), Leonard Nimoy (who plays Spock in the show), James Cromwell (who plays Sulu), and more. It's a fascinating look at the show from the people involved in it, especially Sulu, Spock, and Nimoy. They give their opinions on how the show was able to appeal to both a new audience and a traditional Trekkie audience. You also hear from the people who wrote the episodes of the show, and even people who were involved in making the movie (which was very different from the original series). The interviews are very interesting, and very well done. There are a few things that I thought were kind of odd, like how they talk about the other actors being affected by the show and how they were able to portray them. But it was still interesting. I think it's a great documentary. If you're a fan of Star Trek, then you'll love it. You won't be disappointed.

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Justin C.

I have been a Trekker for as long as I can remember. As a kid, I would watch Star Trek whenever it aired, and then go on to read the comic books as an adult. But I always had a big crush on The Next Generation. The big 4 shows were a big part of my childhood, and I still loved them. I watched the whole series, and still enjoy them on DVD. This documentary is great. It takes us through the story of how a team of Star Trek fans came up with the idea to make a movie of Deep Space Nine, and how they went about getting the money to make the movie. We get to hear a lot about the amazing cast, and the wonderful effects of the Star Trek movies. This is an excellent documentary, and worth seeing if you are a Star Trek fan.