One of his best. I try to watch this once a year.
Seeing DS9 in glorious HD was worth the price of admission alone.
This is a very good and entertaining documentary. Made for the fans so you don’t have all the exposition and backstory at the top. This is more on the legacy of DS9 and not a comprehensive historical view. I’m seeing a few people complain about how they could have covered a lot more and they’re not wrong, but that isn’t what this doc is about. Plus, the time…