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Star Trek VI
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Star Trek VI: The Undiscoved Country (1991):
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Nicholas Meyer
Leonard Nimoy (story)
Denny Martin Flinn
Cliff Eidelman

William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Mark Lenard
Grace Lee Whitney
Christopher Plummer
David Warner
Kim Cattrall
... Director
... Writer
... Writer
... Original Music By

... Adm. James Kirk
... Captain Spock
... Dr. Leonard McCoy
... Montgomery Scott
... Pavel Chekov
... Nyota Uhura
... Hikaru Sulu
... Ambassador Sarek
... Cmdr. Janice Rand
... General Chang
... Chancellor Gorkon
... Lieutenant Valeris

There have been numerous Star Trek movies and more on the way, but not all of them have had a great story and this is one that has a great story. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country has themes of change and serves as a dignified final movie for the original cast. At the time of the film, the Cold War was ending with the fall of Communism. Suddenly old enemies had to work together.

In the film the Klingon Empire is failing and needs help from the Federation. Kirk despises Klingons because one was responsible for killing his son, but must overcome his prejudice. Spock and the crew uncover a plot between members of the Federation and the Klingons working together to keep the war going. Kirk realizes change is coming, their time is passing and the Enterprise crew must step aside and let a younger generation forge new bonds. This film's literary tie-in is a Shakespeare quoting Klingon. original content and design Copyright © 1999- Scott Cummings, All Rights Reserved. Privacy Statement.