The Captains is a feature length documentary film written and directed by William Shatner. The film follows Shatner as he interviews the other actors whom have portrayed Starship captains within the illustrious science-fiction franchise.
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“Soul In The Hole” is a documentary depicting the lives and struggles of a team of street-basket players aspiring to win the prestigous tournament which the movie’s named after while at the same time balancing their personal issues and problems.
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