Me parece estupenda. Una historia de aventuras, lealtad, amor y sacrificio. Absolutamente tierna y encantadora.
After prophesying the downfall of the Weimar Republic in his 1928 film Spies, perhaps there was nowhere left for Fritz Lang to go but the moon. Woman in the Moon is the great German director's somewhat labored final silent, slave to a first hour of repetitive sub-Mabuse theatrics before an awe-inspiring rocket launch sequence that, according to some (including a Gravity's Rainbow-era Thomas Pynchon), effectively invented the pre-launch countdown.