Amsterdam-based writer / director S G Collins is not sure if men really did go to the Moon in 1969. But he’s pretty sure they couldn't have faked it.
The Apollo 11 Space Mission is ubiquitously-known as the mission that successfully sent the man to the Moon for the first time. It has gone down in history books as one of man’s crowning moments, with Neil Armstrong’s famous words forever immortalized.
But like all great things, this event has its share of detractors, commonly in the form of conspiracy theories. In fact, one of the most well-known theories is that the landing on the Moon never happened, and the whole thing was just a charade done inside a movie studio.
This has been a long standing debate, with experts and “experts” throwing evidence back in forth, and most recently, it has come in the form of this video by writer / director S G Collins.
His explanation, peppered with a heavy dose of dry wit and amusing interludes, is based on his hands-on experience and knowledge in the area of photography and videography, and is compelling enough to convince non-believers that the landing on the moon was not really a documentary directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Watch the video below and decide for yourself!
So, what do you guys think? Let’s discuss below!
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