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The Phenomenon: How Star Trek meaningfully changed their careers, their very lives.
The Creative Battles: The pressures of making a landmark weekly series. The challenges of bringing back Star Trek as a movie franchise.
The Original Crew: Rivalries, jealousies and conflicts between the original cast and creators.
The Personal Impact: Pressures on their families and friends. Struggles with personal demons and addictions.
The Final Frontiers: Lives reviewed. Facing death. Remembering their Star Trek co-star DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy) and the legacies both men hope to leave behind.
Shot in beautiful high-definition video, this lush production features rare personal photographs that span the careers of the two men, as well as a visit into Nimoy's study filled with memorabilia of the incredible voyage they shared. Most of all, these two passionate actors reveal the incredible bond that was the cornerstone of their success; the trust, the friendship, and the ability to consistently challenge each other to boldly go where neither man has gone before. 75 minutes.
It was money well spent. I thouroughly enjoyed, especiall their discussino on death, since Leonard Nimoy's recent death.Published 1 month ago by Stephen L. Farris
VERY INTERESTING TO HEAR THE BOTH OF THEM CHAT ABOUT THEIR ADVENTURES ON STAR TREK.Published 2 months ago by Perry Mark
After seeing this there is not a soul alive that can tell me Shatner and Nimoy had nothing but friendship, love, admiration and respect for eachother. Read morePublished 3 months ago by thaiann tran
Im saddened today as our beloved Vulcan friend has passed away.He left on his journey on 2/28/2015 .This dvd is him and William shatner at his home. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Grandpa55
A better diet beforehand would have made for a less awkward interviewPublished 4 months ago by GARRY MILLER
I bought this on a whim and finally watched it last night. Like everyone else (except those people who just love giving low ratings to stuff), I loved it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by G. Hall
Like most Star Trek fans, I am aware that the relationship between William Shatner and the supporting cast is not good. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sally Foster