'First Man's' portrait of Neil Armstrong gets at the man behind the myth
“There are times when the power of poetry prevails over the uncertainty of fact,” said Neil Armstrong biographer Prof. James Hansen in describing the new movie ‘First Man.’ In this interview he talks about the iconic astronaut’s personal struggle with loss and its impact on his life.
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