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The Captains - Netflix documentary 1 year 7 months ago #12491

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Whilst playing Elite Dangerous and surveying systems around the Pliedes Nebula I had a look on Netflix for something to watch whilst scanning. I spotted The Captains, a documentary where William Shatner interviews Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, and so on all the way to Chris Pine.

It's an interesting watch. Shatner and Stewart get on a lot better than rumours from the Generations shoot suggested and Stewart's attitude to work life balance is genuinely interesting and moving, Kate Mulgrew had a flipping hard time whilst making Trek, Scott Bakula seems like a lovely chap and Chris Pine was interesting as a young actor, very much dedicated to his craft.

Avery Brooks... The man has to be seen to be believed. He put me in mind of nothing more than Noser from the Middleman having aged and discovered jazz. The man is effortlessly cool but utterly, charmingly, bonkers. He's worth the price of admission by himself.

If you like these sorts of behind the scenes interviews it's worth a watch.
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Yeah, we caught that the other night.
Brooks is...
...straaange.

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Strange but also a bit wonderful. Probably unbearable to live with if he's like that all the time though :)
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