After he became the second man to walk on the moon, reporters asked Buzz Aldrin if he wished he had been the first. “I really didn’t want that,” Buzz claimed, “because of the added heartache.” Why was it so hard to believe him?
1969: The Second Man explores competitive obsession and collective achievement through the story of one small man who became one giant myth, but then had to find his way back to earth.
Concept, Music & Lyrics by Jacob BrandtBook by Dan Giles
Directed by Jaki Bradley
Produced by Madeleine Foster Bersin