For a film made in collaboration with Neil Armstrong’s family, Damien Chazelle’s latest film is surprisingly sceptical Ten years ago, I was sent on a management training course. It ended with the facilitator gathering the group together to share one final piece of advice. “You’ve always got to ask yourself,” she said, leaning in, as our pens hovered expectantly, “is it worth your puff?” At the time, this felt a little disappointing. The course was three days long. Presumably it was quite expensive. But in fact, it’s turned out to be a pretty invaluable mantra. Barely a morning passes without puff stockpiles getting assessed.
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