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One of the challenges of “First Man” was bringing to the spectator the personal history of a world renowned man for having set foot on the Moon. Neil Armstrong was raised to world hero in the late sixties, but he has always maintained a simple and reserved life. The movie is directed by young director Damien Chazelle, only

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