I looked and didn't see this anywhere, so I thought maybe we could share some brain food. This one is fascinating. This documentary tells the story of Dick Proenneke who, in the late 1960s, built his own cabin in the wilderness at the base of the Aleutian Peninsula. He went to stay for a year and ended up staying almost 30, I think. He bulit his cabin,(complete with moss roof) food stands, fireplace, everything, by himself, capturing it all on a 16mm camera. This guy went up there with only the heads of his tools. He made the handles himself. Canoed back and forth across either a lake or river, hauliong stones for his fireplace. His drive is just incredible. And this one: Now, there are a billion docs on this subject, but I can confidently say, this is the best space related documentary you're ever going to see. It covers the Apollo years. What sets this one apart from any other, is the fact that the only people in it are the astronauts & Mission Control personnel. There are no narrations, no fanfare, no hoopla. Just these men telling their stories, and that's it. It's engrossing.