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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
DS9: What We Left Behind, 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
Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
David Zappone, Ira Steven Behr
Actors
Andrew Robinson, Max Grodénchik, Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 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» (22)

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Judy S.

This is a very nice documentary, with the actors talking about the show and reminiscing about it. It is entertaining, and also gives a look at how the show really was. I would recommend this to fans of the show and the actors who were on it.

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Nicholas W.

A fascinating, sometimes emotional, but never dry, documentary about the final days of the original Star Trek series. While it's not a documentary about the show, it's still pretty much about the final days of the series, with the possibility of seeing it done for real in the future. The documentary is somewhat uneven, as the camera work and narration is pretty shaky and editing can be quite choppy at times. There are also several moments where the camera simply zooms in on something and then zooms out, or zooms in on something that's far away from the subject. Still, it's worth the wait. There are also a few moments that are truly amazing. For example, we get to see how the crew members got on with each other after the final episode aired, and how they reacted to the other series' finale. It's not a perfect documentary, but it's still a great way to see some of the Star Trek's greatest moments.

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Sean J.

This is the first documentary on Deep Space Nine and it has some good things about it. There are some interesting interviews and some good footage. But the main problem is that the documentary is too short. There are some good points but not enough. There are a lot of things to say about the series but they're not enough to do it justice. It's a good documentary but not as good as the Star Trek documentary. There are some other documentaries about the series and it's not the best. I think the best documentary is about the series on its own.

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Samantha

The movie itself is great, the performances are superb, the soundtrack is great and the story is one of the best I've ever seen. All of the actors are great, especially S. Epatha Merkerson, who is a great actress, and so is Marina Sirtis, who plays a good character, but it's the same as always, she plays the same character in the same movie. The only flaw I have with this movie is the ending, I would have liked to see more of the story, but this is still a great movie. Also, the one thing that I liked about the movie was that it was not depressing, it was actually very funny, and the music was awesome. If you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and watch it, you will not be disappointed.

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Ann

I must admit that I was skeptical about watching this documentary. I'm not one of those people who says, "I've seen this before". But when I saw that this was being made into a movie, I was intrigued. The problem with this movie is that it's only a collection of interviews, and only the interviewees are talking about the film. If you have seen the series, you know that a lot of the interviews are from the crew's point of view. So, if you have seen the series, you know that most of the crew have given their views on the film, as well. I feel that there was an opportunity for the audience to see some of the crew's thoughts, as well as the director's thoughts. However, I was disappointed. I was expecting a lot more from the crew. I felt that the director was more concerned with the film than the crew. This would have been better if they had shared their opinions on the film. I also thought that the director did not share any opinions on the film, other than the fact that it was a great film. Overall, I felt that this documentary was not very well done. I feel that this film should have been more of a documentary about the series. The fact that the crew has given their opinions about the film is something that is missing from this documentary. I was also disappointed that they did not share any opinions on the film, other than the fact that it was a great film. I thought that this documentary would have been more of a documentary about the series. The fact that the crew has given their opinions on the film is something that is missing from this documentary.

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Janice Chen

If you've never seen the original series, then you're probably better off not seeing this movie. But if you have seen the original series, then you'll find this movie to be very entertaining. It's a very different film than the original series, with a different focus on the characters, with more emphasis on plot, and less on the music. I found this movie very enjoyable, and I can definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys Star Trek, or sci-fi in general. If you're looking for an explanation of the meaning behind some of the plot points in the original series, this movie will provide you with an explanation. If you're looking for a good Star Trek movie, then you should definitely see this movie.

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Ashley Burns

This documentary is a great one for fans of the series. I don't have a lot of issues with it, it's just that I don't like the show. It's a great show, and it would have been great if it would have been a long running series. I just feel that it's kind of a letdown that they made it a short one, because I was really excited when they said they were making a series out of it. I hope they don't make another one, because the show is just so good, it would have been a shame to end it short. But I do think they should continue with it. It's one of my favorites.

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Matthew Warren

In our 'budget' of a documentary, we follow the journey of a team of NASA astronauts who are making the trip to the International Space Station (ISS) in November, 2012. We are joined by the crew members, both American and Russian, and the flight controllers and scientists involved in this voyage. We meet the crew, hear about their work, and watch as the spacecraft they are in, the International Space Station (ISS), moves from the Florida Space Coast to the ISS at an incredible speed of over 600 miles per hour. The crew has already worked two years in preparation for this journey. They have spent several months studying the weather and planning a routine mission, but there is still a lot of work to be done before the flight. The crew members are truly excited about their trip, and are grateful for the chance to spend this time together. The crew members were all given very little information about the ISS, other than the fact that it is a Russian spacecraft and that it is over 1,600 miles (1,850 kilometers) from Earth. They are told that the ISS is a "companion" spacecraft to the space shuttle, and that the shuttle can only transport about 30 of the crewmembers from Earth to the ISS. This is not the case. The crewmembers were told that the shuttle is not equipped to carry more than 10 people at a time. The shuttle is a highly specialized craft, and its crews do not spend a lot of time in orbit. In fact, the shuttle only provides some of the space suits, and doesn't carry the astronauts to the ISS. There are some differences between the ISS and the shuttle, but the crew members and flight controllers are not given any additional information. The crew members are given the opportunity to meet the astronauts, and spend some time in the ISS, but they are not given the opportunity to see the astronauts, to hear their thoughts and stories, or to have any type of interaction with them. All in all, it is a fascinating journey, and a very interesting time. This documentary is not intended to provide any type of educational information about space travel, but rather to provide a glimpse of what the astronauts are going through. The crew members are doing a fantastic job, and have a lot to be proud of.

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Patricia Hernandez

I enjoyed the documentary, and it was not a waste of time. However, I felt it was somewhat too long. I felt like I wanted more information. It would have been better to have a shorter summary of the show. I don't think they did a good job at explaining why they made the decisions they made. I also felt that the interviews they did were not very informative. I was left with a feeling that this was a big press release and a little bit of information that didn't need to be here. Overall, I would recommend this show, but I would have liked to have a better summary of the show. I feel that the show would have been better if they had focused more on the interviews and less on the show.

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Cheryl Pierce

For the first time, I am more than willing to watch a documentary on Star Trek because of the new cast of the new Star Trek movie, and this documentary goes into some great detail on the original Star Trek. The production team has a great history in the Star Trek franchise, and it's always good to see them brought back into the fold. If you are a Star Trek fan, or you are a Star Trek fan who is interested in the original series, you will definitely enjoy this documentary. The first thing that I noticed was how well they researched the history of Star Trek, which is an interesting thing to do. The other thing that I noticed is how they did a great job of showing us the background of the original cast. It was interesting to see how they recreated their backgrounds and how they brought them back to life. I also enjoyed the interviews with all of the cast members and the directors. I am excited to see the new cast in action, and I look forward to seeing the new cast in action. All in all, this documentary is a must see for Star Trek fans.

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Carl Bradley

The last of the great movies about the new TV series Star Trek was Deep Space Nine. The documentary is a treat for Trek fans and is a terrific look at the making of the TV series. This documentary does a great job of delving into the creation of the series, the show's crew, and their interaction with the Trekkies. Fans of the series will be pleased to learn that they were able to interview the cast, writers, and producers of the series. The cast and crew were also interviewed in depth about their experiences on the show. The documentary also goes into detail about how the production was created, the crew's input on the show, and their opinions on the show. There are also a lot of behind-the-scenes stories of the show that are a joy to watch. The crew of the series, as well as the actors who portrayed them, were interviewed about the show. The cast were very passionate about their work on the show. They were very much like fans of the show. They seemed to love and respect the series and its crew. Some of the crew members had much more knowledge about the series than the other actors and staff. A special mention must go to the show's creator, Roberto Orci. He was very knowledgeable about the series and was very passionate about it. He spoke of the show's importance to the future of science fiction, and the importance of Trekkies to science fiction. There are some great interviews with other members of the production. The biggest problem I had with this documentary was the information given on the "Star Trek" film. When I heard that the film would be out in 2013, I thought that the cast and crew would be very excited about it. But, the film didn't come out until 2014. When I heard the film was coming out, I was very disappointed. I felt that it was a wasted opportunity to see the cast and crew in a more intimate setting. But, the film did come out in 2014. I really enjoyed the film and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Star Trek TV series. I give this documentary a 9 out of 10.

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Bruce

I have to admit I did not see this documentary as a documentary. I saw it as an overview of the series and how it's portrayed on the big screen. It was entertaining, informative, and easy to follow. I would have liked to have seen more of the cast, but I guess it would have been a spoiler to go into any detail. I have to say that I am so glad that the series is over. It has been a roller coaster ride for the past decade, and this movie captures the essence of the series perfectly. If you want to know how the series ended, you'll just have to watch the movie. If you want to know how the show ended, you'll just have to see the movie. This is a must-see for Star Trek fans, and anyone interested in the show.

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Jacob

First of all, I would like to say that I am a fan of Star Trek and have seen every episode of the series. I am also a fan of Deep Space Nine. The series was always good and I enjoyed watching it when I was younger, but I can see that many of the fans didn't like the show, and this documentary is aimed at them. The documentary is mostly a series of clips from the series, but they also show a lot of other things, such as the original cast and the first three seasons. In the end, I was very impressed by the series and the clips, and I was very surprised to see the two biggest stars in the series, DeForest Kelley and James Doohan, also in the documentary. I think that Deep Space Nine was a good show, and I think that this documentary will be very interesting for Star Trek fans.

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Kelly S.

I saw this documentary a few years back and had never heard of it until recently, when I decided to take a look. I was surprised to find that the movie was very accurate. In the 80s and 90s, the story of the space station Deep Space 9 was a favorite of mine. I was a fan of the show as a kid and I think that many people who weren't there (the crew members) would have felt the same way about the movie. If you haven't seen the movie, it is about the crew of Deep Space 9. The story begins when the station was put into hibernation mode, and the crew had to hibernate for a few months before they would wake up. During the hibernation, the station was hit with an asteroid and the crew was sent back to Earth to repair the damage. The damage to the station was so severe that it was called in to be repaired by a group of experts. While they were on Earth, the crew of Deep Space 9 began to experience problems. When they arrived back to Earth, they were told that the planet was in an unstable orbit. The crew didn't know what was causing this and the reason they were not able to get back to Deep Space 9 was that they were on a high priority mission that they were told to leave immediately. The crew was able to put together the necessary repairs, and the rest of the crew returned to Deep Space 9. The crew's mission was to rendezvous with the Deep Space 9-A, and they were successful. The crew then started a mission to find the warp drive and get the crew home to Earth. While the crew was on their mission, a wormhole opened in space and a black hole appeared. The wormhole lead to a place where no one has ever been before. This was where they were able to repair the damage to the station and begin their mission. They were able to get home, and the crew is now retired. One of the problems the crew had to deal with was that they had to make the decision of how to reenter the wormhole. They were able to do it, but at the cost of losing one of their crew members. The crew was able to make the decision to return home, but when they got home, it was not their home. This is where the crew begins to face the question of "How will we ever get back to our home?"

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Carl Aguilar

I have to say, the entire cast of this documentary is outstanding. It's so much fun to watch how each one of them have developed their careers. I think this is the best documentary I've ever seen on the "Star Trek" franchise. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves the Star Trek series.

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Kyle

This is a terrific look at how the production of the original series, Deep Space Nine, came to be. The documentary is fascinating to see how the cast and crew were recruited, the difficulties in getting the show off the ground, and how the actors and actresses who were cast changed the course of their lives. One of the things that struck me most was how difficult it was for the show to get off the ground. How many things had to be sorted out that would make the show a success. One thing that stood out was how much effort and effort was put into the special effects, which were all over the place. If you watch this documentary, you will see how difficult it was to get the special effects for the show up and running. As far as the actors go, there are a few standouts in this documentary. One is Shatner, who, while he's a bit of a celebrity, is a very accomplished actor. The other actor I found to be particularly noteworthy is Nesbitt. He plays the scientist and is very good. Another stand-out is Zachary Quinto, who plays the villain, Worf. He is also very good in this film. The other actor who really stood out was Marina Sirtis, who plays the recurring character of "Nog." She's a good actress, but her character is a bit underdeveloped. She is the only one who really stands out in this documentary. The documentary is also very informative about the show, and how it came to be. They tell a lot of interesting stories about the various problems and difficulties that the cast and crew had to overcome, such as the difficulties in getting the show on the air. This documentary does a great job of capturing the show's beginnings, and how difficult it was to get the show on the air. It is also interesting to see how the show was adapted from the original series. There are many changes to the show that were made, but I think they were all done to make the show more appealing to a wider audience. The movie is also very entertaining, and does a great job of getting the story across. The documentary is well worth seeing.

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Grace V.

The final episode of the series (the sixth and final one) is the most thoughtful, engaging, and even heartwarming one. For those who saw the series and found it depressing, the final episode is the best chance for fans to get a good rest. While the last episode is filled with more emotion and emotion is not a bad thing, it's more of a good thing than a bad thing. For fans who saw the series and liked it, the final episode is the best chance to get a good rest. The series ended on a good note, with the episode "The Siege of Asgard", and the final episode of the series concludes with the episode "Tribunal". I don't know if the final episode is going to be the last one, but I do know that I will see it again. While the last episode is filled with emotion, it's also filled with emotion. For fans, it's not the best place to put the last episode, but the last episode is the best place to put it.

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Joshua Bishop

This is a documentary of a small group of scientists who visited the Deep Space Nine set to get a closer look at the original series. They found the sets, props, costumes, and makeup really believable. They even managed to get a chance to meet the original cast. I thought this was a very interesting documentary and it also served to introduce me to some of the actors who were in the original series. I thought the cast was pretty impressive, especially the four original series regulars. I was a bit surprised at the lack of women in the cast for some reason. I thought they were very good, but I guess the budget didn't allow for them to hire any. I thought that the opening was particularly good and I was very impressed with the set designs. The second segment was a bit weak, but I still thought it was a very good documentary. Overall, I thought this was a very good documentary, especially for fans of the original series. I think this is a great documentary and I'm glad that I went to see it. I was a little disappointed with the lack of women in the cast, but it's not like I was expecting it to be a documentary of the original series. I just wanted to see how it looked and feel. It's worth seeing if you're a fan of the original series.

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Richard K.

A good documentary that has to do with the last episodes of the TV series, in which the crew had to deal with the fallout of the loss of a ship and crew. The film shows the impact that the loss had on the crew, the effects on the crew, and the reasons for the loss. It also provides insight into the writing and production of the show, the writers and the studio. There are many interviews with the cast and crew, some of them were on the show before the show ended, and the ones who were not were interviewed afterwards. It provides information about the production, the writing, the scripts, the special effects, and a few of the episodes, and some of the reasons for the loss. Overall, it is a good documentary that provides a good insight into the last episodes of Deep Space Nine.

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Nicholas

I'm sure many people will be turned off by this documentary because they want to see a more serious film about a very serious topic. However, it is well worth your time to see this documentary. The production values are really good, the cast is excellent, and the narration by Neeson is excellent. It is interesting to see the different people from different walks of life comment on the show, and to see how much of the show is fictionalized. I would also say that it is fascinating to see how many different people reacted to the show, because you can see how many different ideas and attitudes people had about the show. As a viewer, you see different reactions, and this makes you realize how important this show was for people of different ages, and races. You also see a few of the very bad things that people said about the show. The point is that this is a documentary, not a documentary about the show. It is a documentary about the show, and it is a documentary about people's reactions to the show. I think that this is a great documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the show.

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Eugene W.

I don't know what to make of this. I can only guess that this was one of those films that had a lot of potential but was mishandled in some way. I can't really pinpoint the reason for this, but there is an awful lot of symbolism in the film, and I'm sure it was intentional. The actors are great, especially William Shatner, and the director, who I've never seen before, is a bit of a strange choice. I've seen a lot of documentaries, but this is my first time ever seeing a director. Anyway, the story is very interesting, and I think it should have been a better movie. It's not that I think the movie is a bad movie, it's just that the story is so much more interesting and more powerful than the actual film. I really do recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of Star Trek.

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Juan Cole

What we left behind is a documentary that takes a look at the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation and the five years that followed. It features interviews with many of the cast and crew, as well as producer and director, and also includes an interview with the director of the movie. The best part of this movie is how they made it, because they didn't make it like other documentaries, where you have the actors and crew talking about what happened. Instead, they showed how the movie was made. They did it by starting with the script, and then working backwards. I liked how they didn't have the actors talking about the movie, but they did talk about how it was made, and how they thought it was the best Star Trek movie ever. This movie is a must-see for anyone who likes Star Trek.