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From 1957 —the year in which the Soviets put the Sputnik 1 satellite into orbit— to 1969 —when American astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the surface of the moon—, the beginnings of the space conquest were depicted in popular culture: cinema, television, comics and literature of the time contain numerous references to an imagined future.

  1. Jonas Niewianda

    Director

  2. André Schäfer

    Director

  3. Hartmut Kasper

    Writer

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  1. Andreas C. Knigge

    Himself - Writer and Journalist

  2. Matthias Horx

    Himself - Futurologist

  3. Andreas Eschbach

    Himself - Writer

  4. Pierre Christin

    Himself - Comic Writer

  5. Jean-Claude Mézières

    Himself - Comic Penciler

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Generation Sputnik
Generation Sputnik

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Original Title Generation Sputnik!

Status Released

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  • January 4, 2019
    Digital

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Original Language German

Runtime 0h 52m

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