Space Dive

Space Dive

In this one-off documentary, Space Dive tells the behind-the-scenes story of Felix Baumgartner's historic, record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth. The world watched with bated breath when Felix became the first person to freefall through the sound barrier on 15 October 2012, after jumping from 128,100ft (24 miles) from the edge of space.

A documentary of one man's quest to freefall back to earth from the edge of space, to become the first man to fall faster than the speed of sound. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Seres E (mx) wrote: To forget or not to forget that's the question. Beautiful cinematography(unfortunately I've seen it in cableTV) and wonderful acting!Beautiful scenery is in contrast to the depressive characters. Also gives info about a less known history.

John P (ca) wrote: "Bambi II" is not as good as the original.

Brenda C (mx) wrote: A must see film....this is very good!

Autumn L (gb) wrote: I honestly just couldn't get enough. Very good movie.

bill s (it) wrote: Well done crime drama as Olmos gives one of his best performances.

Walter M (fr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Equinox Flower" starts with a businessman, Wataru Hirayama(Shin Saburi), giving a toast at a wedding reception, celebrating the young couple's love over his own arranged marriage, right in front of his wife(Kinuyo Tanaka). He misses an old friend(Chishu Ryu) who was not at the wedding because he could not face such a happy celebration with his daughter(Yoshiko Kuga) shacking up with another man and working at a bar on the Ginza. On the home front, they are busy contemplating possible matches for their older daughter, Setsuko(Ineko Arima)...[/font] [font=Century Gothic]With "Equinox Flower," Yasujiro Ozu takes another poignant look at the workings of the family with an emphasis on the changing state of marriage in Japan. Like most of his other movies, it sneaks up on the viewer but it is also a little too long. I was surprised to see arranged marriage as a viable option at this date, with the social standing of one's family being so important in choosing a possible spouse for one's children. Hirayama's conflicted state comes from wanting his daughter to be happy, in terms of the best possible husband, which is understandable as how marriage is theoretically forever, but he also manages to cross the line on occasion. But as old fashioned as some of the characters are, the movie is ahead of its time in a couple of matters including an unmarried couple living together and a very, very pointed question that is asked of Setsuko by her father. [/font]

Dan S (ca) wrote: I really wanted this one to be better.

John R (es) wrote: Great movie...nuff said!