Archives / 1990 Sundance Film Festival

Conquering Space

Director: Mark Stratton

Screenwriters: Mary Morris, Mark Stratton

Institute History

  • 1990 Sundance Film Festival

Description

Set in the fifties at the inception of the U.S. Space Program, Space is the story of a dreamer forced to watch his world drift away. A man with great hopes for the future of space exploration, Jim Hamilton must cope with a daughter who is growing up faster than he expected, a wife who’s losing faith in him and his own disillusionment with his career.

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