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Thunder on the Farm (2007)

For 150 years the old brick farmhouse spent the days watching the changing of the seasons, and the passing of the years. After 150 years, the summers pass now as if in just one day. The ... See full summary »

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For 150 years the old brick farmhouse spent the days watching the changing of the seasons, and the passing of the years. After 150 years, the summers pass now as if in just one day. The season's backdrop is the setting for life's natural drama. The baby birds grow and abandon the nest, the fruit ripens, and the leaves change and eventually fall from the tree. All the while, new houses are being built on the old farmland. They are large, fancy, and expensive. But will these new homes be standing in 150 years? Written by Cap Averill II

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The natural drama of a summer on the farm

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24 March 2007 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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The combine in the last scene is a Gleaner R series rotary combine; it is harvesting soybeans. See more »

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Thunder on the farm
9 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought this had to be as hard or harder to film than a regular movie. Catching birds sleeping, the sounds, birds, bees, thunder & lightning, excellent filming, it is all there in this short film of nature. If you closed your eyes and had a fan blowing on you with water from a spray bottle coming at you, you would actually feel and think you were out in the elements. I cannot imagine how long it would take to set the cameras up in each location and then finally editing all of this beautiful nature film. This film should be in every school across America for all children to see, what excitement for these children to see what is really out there and how beautiful life is.

Have a great day!............Michael H. Scott......a nature lover!


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