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(1077) 8.4 116 min 2018

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).

Max Grodénchik, Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman, Andrew Robinson
David Zappone, Ira Steven Behr

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director David Zappone, Ira Steven Behr
Stars Max Grodénchik, Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman, Andrew Robinson
Country USA
Also Known As DS9: What We Left Behind, What We Left Behind: Star Trek DS9, What We Left Behind: Star Trek Deep Space Nine, What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space 9
Runtime 1H 56M
Description Ira Steven Behr explores the legacy of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).

Top reviews

Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 03:24

In the final days of the series, the crew of the Enterprise-D traveled to the outer reaches of the galaxy to rendezvous with the USS Defiant, a venerable vessel that had been lost for years. With a renewed sense of purpose, the crew must face their final task before returning home, which is to rescue a dying Klingon, named Worf, and the Defiant's crew. While the narrative structure is traditional, the pace is fast-paced and the content is the most critical to the viewer. The style is innovative, particularly in the format of the film, which has a multi-part narrative structure, including the narrative of the film. The set design, cinematography, and production design are particularly impressive, with their use of multiple locations throughout the film. The costumes, production, and design of the crew are both unique and remarkable, and the costumes are sophisticated and believable. The film was the first Star Trek film in which we could feel the emotion and the emotion of the crew, with all the various emotions that the crew expressed. We are also treated to many close-ups of the actors, and these close-ups are very powerful and unforgettable. The sound design was impressive, with the sound being rich, deep, and well-matched with the imagery. The music was excellent, with the music ranging from classical to modern, including the famous theme from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The acting was excellent, with the cast excelling in their roles. The characters are fascinating, as the characters have a lot of depth. All of the characters have memorable personalities, which is due to the deep and multifaceted characters, which are like a family to the characters. The cast in this film are dynamic, and I was pleased to see so many characters develop. The characters also appear to have a lot of depth, with all of the characters being complex and interesting. In addition to all the characters being well-developed, the actors did a great job. Zachary Quinto is great as Spock, and his performance is also a highlight. The portrayal of the character is very engaging, and Quinto's acting is one of the best portrayals of any character. Zoe Saldana is excellent as Uhura, and she gives a fantastic performance. Anthony Rapp as Chekov is very well-cast, and he brings a great performance. Karl Urban is excellent as Worf, and he is an outstanding Klingon warrior. Idris Elba is very good as Krall, and he is a very memorable character. Karl Urban's performance is also great. The production design is also impressive, with the sets and sets themselves being very distinctive. The special effects are excellent, with the effects being very effective, and also innovative. The cinematography is also great, and the music is excellent. Overall, this is a great film. I enjoyed the film very much, and I was impressed by the entire cast. I recommend this film to anyone, especially those who are fans of the series.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 06:07

This is a fantastic film for anyone who has ever had the unfortunate misfortune of being in the same situation as a young and naive child who was not only bullied at school but then literally turned into a little girl. The characters in this film are, in the order of their introduction, Richard Hatch, his girlfriend, Kim, the boy who is 'special' to him, the boy who he still feels responsible for, the girl he is 'responsible' for, and the boy's grandmother. The film also has the briefest of introductions for the two boys who have since grown into teenage men. The final third of the film is primarily devoted to the relationship between the two boys. Although the film doesn't give any definitive answers to the question of whether or not the bullying that has occurred at school actually was done by either one of the boys or one of the girls, it does leave the viewer with a sense that a lot of things that were witnessed in the first half of the film could possibly be true. I for one felt like I was part of a documentary. I think that this documentary made me think about how bad things were at my school and what I would have done to avoid it. I was also able to appreciate how much time and effort was put into the making of this documentary. A film like this should be seen by anyone who has ever been in a situation where bullying has occurred. It gives insight into how people can react to bullying, especially in a culture that is so against it. I highly recommend that everyone see this film. It was quite well made, the characters were likable, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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