For the Love of Spock
The Life of Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy

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Alan

Fascinating.

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Zoe

I would watch Star Trek with my mom so we decided to watch this together, at first in a nostalgic way, but we were drawn in to the relatable story of Leonard Nimoy, a man following his dreams but first and foremost supporting his family.

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