Pretty cool. But, deep down, just that same old story.
"I walked on the moon. What can't you do?"
I guess, for this one, I enjoyed more the parts regarding the science than the life of Gene itself (which, even though he's the protagonist, was not built as a really interesting character in general).
I'm not sure how I feel about the storytelling on this one, but I guess it was ok. And I find it very nice that they actually pinned the vision on the space program from the…
"Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that makes flowers grow, not thunder."
Everything about this movie is amazing and my only regret is not having given it a chance before. The story is touching and intense, and the animation is so carefully done, it is a breathtaking production from the beginning to the end. Besides this, the representational importance of this is unmeasurable - the portrait of the afghan culture and of the troubles the afghan people have been living through, it's just SO NECESSARY, and really, more movies like this should be done.
It's a must watch for every human being.