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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: Star Trek DS9, What We Left Behind: Star Trek Deep Space Nine, DS9: What We Left Behind, What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space 9
Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Ira Steven Behr, David Zappone
Andrew Robinson, Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman, Max Grodénchik
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, 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» (18)

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I will agree with the previous reviewer that this is not a documentary but a commentary on the show itself and how it shaped the man who created it. It's a very interesting look at how the show influenced its creator and how it has since changed him. There is no question that this is an intelligent and insightful documentary that will make you think and think and ponder. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to see the creation of a show that inspired a generation of Sci-Fi fans.

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I found this film to be a personal favorite of mine, and I think it deserves to be more widely known than it has. My favorite segment is "The Battle for Firebase Union", which features the cast of the original Star Trek TV series playing a game of poker in a lab. The game is rigged and will determine which crew member will be allowed to live in the final year of their contracts. As the poker game goes on, the crew members find themselves in different scenarios, and it is always interesting to see how the people react. While some of the segments are really great, I think the most important part of the film is the character development. When we first meet the crew, it is apparent that they are all different in personality, and the "genetic experiment" on Khan at the beginning is a clear example of how one crew member can change from one episode to another. The "mutant" disease of the original crew is not dealt with as well as it could have been, but the end result is a more human story. The characters are drawn well, and I especially liked the chemistry between the new characters. The ending is really nice, as well. I think this is a great film, but I think the movie could have been a little shorter. This movie is definitely a keeper, and I highly recommend it.

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This is a very good documentary, I enjoyed it very much. It covers many things that I think everyone should know about Deep Space Nine, especially those who have not seen it. It is very interesting to hear about the development of the show, how it was built and how it evolved. It also covers the series of interviews with cast members, as well as some of the stories behind the show and how they were developed. It is very interesting to hear about the cast's experiences with Star Trek and how they felt about it. It is also interesting to hear from some of the cast members about how they felt about their characters. The documentary is very well done, with interviews from many people who were involved with the show, as well as some who were not. It also has a lot of great behind the scenes footage. The special features are also very interesting. The movie itself is very well done, and I really enjoyed it. It is very well put together and it is a must see.

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Anthony Webb

It's not often that a documentary is so beautifully crafted. I wish that there was more of a dialogue. I wanted to talk about some of the details I don't know. I didn't know that "Helm" was a female. I didn't know that there was a song called "Everybody Wants to Rule the World." I don't know the word "Inukshuk." And I don't know that it's a contraction of "in-yu-shuk." It's a great film. I would recommend it to anyone, especially fans of the series. It is a great documentary about the series.

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From the great trailer, this seemed like a nice film to me. The makers of this show all of the problems that were behind the success of Star Trek, and put them together to show the audience how the production of Star Trek affected people around the world. Even though I am an old Trekkie, I was moved to tears by this film. The cast was great, and the story line was great. This was a great movie for the entire family. The story is about how a Star Trek fan, played by Jim Kirk, finds out that his friend's brother, played by Jonathan Frakes, was killed in a mysterious accident. This brother had a recording of what happened to the brother and his friend. The only problem was that the brother was not on Earth, and the recording was lost. This brother, and his friend, wanted to find out what happened to their friend, and they began to research the story. They were looking for the lost brother. After years of searching, they discovered that the brother was not on Earth, and that the recording was lost. The brothers started to search for the brother, but they found out that his body was not in the station, and that he had died. This was a great film, and it shows how the Star Trek fans helped NASA, and all the people who were affected by the success of Star Trek.

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Ruth Wright

This is a must-see for any Star Trek fan. This documentary covers all of the main characters, and all of the different stories they've had to deal with. I really liked the fact that they focused on the main characters, not on the supporting cast. They even talk about what they think about the current cast of Star Trek. This is a must-see for any Star Trek fan.

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Richard W.

I have watched this film twice now, and it has become a part of my life. I wish I had the chance to see this film sooner. I love the way it captures the enthusiasm of the cast, the relationships between the actors and the fans. The fact that the show was renewed after many years is really cool, and the fact that the actors had time to reflect and plan their lives afterward is also great. This is a great movie that anyone can enjoy, even if you haven't seen the series. This is a really important film that everyone should see. I will be buying this film when it comes out on DVD. Go see it. And read the books. But I don't think they should be thrown away. And the books deserve to be released on DVD, and I hope that the show will be released on DVD.

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Diane Baker

For years I have heard and read stories about the show and this documentary is very accurate. I have the original pilot and the pilot for the movie on VHS. They are so good that I have watched them many times. I loved how they detailed everything from the original pilot to the first two seasons. They also included everything from the actors to the script. I hope they do a DVD of the original series so we can see the actors and script again. I recommend this to everyone. There are so many great moments that I could not believe how great they were. They are very fun and make you want to go back to the old days of Star Trek. I would give this a 10 out of 10. The actors were great and the crew was great. I would love to have the original show on DVD.

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Jacob Cox

The movie really kept me on the edge of my seat. The director and writer did an excellent job of keeping the viewer interested in the story while leaving the movie open for an equally interesting conclusion. I really enjoyed this movie and look forward to the sequel. It's definitely worth the price of admission.

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I loved this movie. It is wonderful. You'll probably get more out of it than any of the other movies on the air at this time, and I don't think I'll ever need to use those damn commercials again. And it makes me realize how lucky I am to be alive, to have the means to watch these movies and to be able to spend time with the actors, crew and the producers. And to be able to tell their stories. And I love the fact that people have gone to the trouble of making a documentary on this show. To have their stories told. It is so nice to know that, no matter what happens in our world, people will continue to watch these shows. And so that they can give these stories some sort of meaning and meaning. And I also love the fact that they used only a few of the original cast members to portray each of the characters, and they used the actors who were in the original series to fill in some of the gaps. The other thing I love about this movie is the fact that the producers and writers have continued to keep it as real as possible, and I love the fact that they have made sure that the actors who are still doing the original series are still doing the original show. They even kept the actors who are doing the new series to do the new show. And I love that the movie ends with the credits rolling and the names of the actors and crew on the screen. I think that is a wonderful way to conclude this movie.

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I watched this documentary for the first time a couple weeks ago, and it still has the power to shock me. It is very emotional and touching. The only thing that I have regretted is that I did not read the book before watching this movie. The book is much more in depth and emotional. However, I did not know about the movie until I saw the commercials and read the book. I am very grateful that I have not been forced to read the book. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is not a Star Trek fan. I was also surprised that the book was not more detailed and more emotional. It would have been great to see the same emotions portrayed on screen. In my opinion, the film makers did a fantastic job of creating the feeling of the show in the film. They also took the time to include some real facts about the production. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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I read the other reviews of this film and was saddened to find that many people thought it was overrated. I think the film is excellent. Not in a pretentious way, but in a way that is interesting, thought provoking, and thought provoking. And the pictures are spectacular. I really like how they have moved the series to the next generation. If you've seen this series, you'll see that it is true to the original and never felt the need to change things. If you haven't, you'll be very surprised.

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Daniel S.

I have only seen one of the specials, but I am glad I did. The movie is good, but the only thing I found the most moving was the video of the actual crew telling the story of how they lost the ship. I am still shaken by that and the movie is excellent, but I would recommend this to anyone who is a Trek fan. All I can say is it's a wonderful movie that is a perfect fit to the entire series.

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Douglas Williams

The final episode of Deep Space Nine was one of the most emotional things I've ever seen. It is one of the best-made documentaries I've ever seen. I haven't seen this much emotion in a documentary since the film about the Texas Tornado. I don't know how to express it. The only thing that made this episode so powerful was that this is a documentary about the very special crew that made the show work. All the work and hard work that the people put into the show is captured in this wonderful, intelligent, and entertaining documentary.

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Christian Snyder

This is a true story, an amazing story about a crew that saved a planet. All the crew members did a great job, including all the young crew members. They were all a part of this great story. They made it all possible. There are a few who are just fans who are not interested in the crew, but we are all here to enjoy the story and the crew. I was fortunate to be on the bridge and I was impressed with how the whole crew was involved. This is a must see. A great tribute to this great crew.

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Hannah K.

The movie was excellent. It kept me going and wanting to know what was going to happen next. The way it was filmed was great. The colors and lighting were amazing. The thing that caught my attention was how beautiful the shots were. There were shots of the USS Enterprise on the same exact spot, the USS Spruance was a few meters away, and the Bird-of-Prey in the background was just stunning. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Roger B.

In the late 1980s, television had reached a zenith in its ability to bring us all together in a time of universal unity. What we saw was the beginning of a new era. There was a new generation of young people who had come of age in a time when television was not just a medium but a powerful force. They were the new generation. They were the ones who would be the next generation of the television generation. This documentary covers the years of television and how it was used to bring together all of us. It is a remarkable documentary. It is one of the best of the best. It will leave you feeling good. It will leave you wanting more. The crew of this documentary does a wonderful job of bringing the history of television to life. They do not let you down. The crew of this documentary is remarkable. They bring you into the lives of the people who made television and brought us together. You will not be disappointed.

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Kelly M.

I just finished watching this on a Blu-ray disc. I am going to watch it again on my HD-DVD. I am glad I watched it, and I am glad that I did. The show does a great job of telling the story. The film is very well done, but the show is much more enjoyable. The show is a good example of a television series that has been very successful and has continued to do so. I think it is a shame that the show was never extended and never aired on television. I think it would have been a good idea to continue the show, and make the show more special. I am glad that they made the show on the big screen, but I think they should have done it on a smaller screen, like the movie did.