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Deep Blue (2003)

The natural history of the oceans

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The natural history of the oceans

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Until Now We've Only Touched The Surface.

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$5,000,000 (estimated)

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$1,040,464 (France) (6 February 2004)

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$129,854 (USA) (19 August 2005)
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Astounding.
19 April 2006 | by (Luoyang, China) – See all my reviews

I studied marine biology for a couple years in college, and this movie has some of the most amazing underwater footage I've ever seen. It's a fascinating journey into the ocean, particularly the parts that most of us will never see, like the arctic regions and the deepest reaches of the deep ocean. Some of the shots themselves are incredible just in the way the camera crew were able to immerse themselves in the biological communities that they were filming, especially the feeding scenes. Anyone with even a passing interest in the ocean and the mysteries of life on this planet should definitely not miss this. This movie is an explanation for why so many people believe that our planet should be called Oceanus rather than Earth.


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