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Decent large format documentary on African elephants. At one point an elephant charges the film crew, which is rather intense. I worked with this at two different 15/70 theatres, about the only complaint was from some parents who felt that said charging scene was too scary for their youngsters.
Was filmed (and is presented) in 2-D, rather than 3-D as the last comment leads one to believe.
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