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Rocket power, assembly in a huge storage building, transport to the launching pad via rail just like Saturns and Space Shuttles.
The ending of the film works very well and the whole experience leaves the viewer with a real sense of time travel into the imagination of a great film maker.
Perhaps this discouragement was a good thing considering the film had for so long only been available in badly truncated condition.
A great movie in every respect. It is visually beautiful, very thoughtfully written, and extremely well acted. And the score by Jon Mirsalis is subtle but perfect.Published 9 hours ago by Curtis Steinmetz
Remarkable for an 85 year old movie. It is almost 3 hours long, but be sure you watch it to the extraordinary ending. Fritz Lang was ahead of his time. Read morePublished 16 days ago by John Heird
This German silent film is a very long movie, I watched it in two sittings. A great concept ahead of its time - not only the first astronauts, a first woman astronaut! Read morePublished 1 month ago by F.Hoffman
It was not that great as it was not very interesting to watch.Published 1 month ago by Merle Weyant
Was something to see them land on the moon way back then. They had no idea what the moon was like and it was great to see how they thought it was.Published 1 month ago by Rickyh10
Thea von Harbou's scripted sentimentality derails Fritz Lang's space odyssey in the fatally overlong "Woman in the Moon" (1929). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Scott T. Rivers