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Underwater Iceland (1997)
"Vedenalainen Islanti" (original title)

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Antti Reini ...
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9 May 1997 (Finland)  »

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Die Unterwasser-Welt Islands  »

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A brilliant documentary about underwater-life and Iceland.
23 September 2004 | by (Helsinki, Finland) – See all my reviews

Beautiful U/W-movie from the first frame to the last. The documentary tries in a philosophic way to figure out the beginning of life. Among the spectacular shots you see some beautiful scenes, for example from dives in Silfra with its more than crystal clear water (I've dived there myself and I mean really, really crystal clear) at the lake Thingvalla vatn. There are no dialogs, just the voice of a narrator. The movie is great, but that has nothing to do with the narrator and everything to do with the fantastic visual impression one get. Definitely worth 52 minutes! Contains some diving in caves, a geyser (!), the Atlantic Ocean and between the continental plates at Silfra.


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