Watch Armstrong UK Trailer Learn About The ‘First Man’

You wonder how many people actually knew about Neil Armstrong before Damien Chazelle’s First Man?  Next month Armstrong promises the mission you know about, You’ll soon know about the man you don’t!

Today Altitude Films have released the film’s UK Trailer, timely new feature documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. Directed David Fairhead, who brought us Spitefire and the award winning The Last Man On The Moon

Related: Film Review – First Man (2018)

Dramatic, moving & deeply human, ARMSTRONG is the definitive story of Neil Armstrong – the first man on the moon. From his childhood in rural Ohio, through aerial combat in Korea, to his first steps on the Moon – and unwanted celebrity status that ensued. It is the story of a quiet, determined man who became an aviator, astronaut, husband, father and reluctant hero.

Neil Armstrong’s words are narrated by Harrison Ford and the film weaves together breath-taking NASA footage, re-mastered archive material and never-before-seen home movies, to tell the incredible untold story of a determined family man who became a global icon.

ARMSTRONG also includes major interviews with his family, an exceptional cast of fellow astronauts and aviators, those who knew him in his youth and later life, together with newly filmed sequences at some of the key locations from his life story.

Armstrong will appear in UK and Irish Cinemas from 12th July. However on the 9th July there will be the World Premiere, Neil Armstrong’s son Mark will attend with other special guests with a beam back.

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