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"Nova" Secrets of Lost Empires: Easter Island (2000)

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Original Air Date:
15 February 2000 (Season 27, Episode 14)
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Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Condon  development producer
Daniel Hart  developer
Mark Hobson  (episode "Orangutan - Man of the Forest")
Alan Kwan  developer
Lisa Leombruni  development associate
Tacita Morway  developer

Produced by
D.J. Roller .... producer (one episode)
Original Music by
James Yannatos 
Cinematography by
Sam Henriques (lighting cameraman) (multiple episodes)
D.J. Roller (multiple episodes)
Sound Department
G. John Garrett .... production sound mixer (multiple episodes) (1985-)
Rob Whitehurst .... sound recordist (1992-)
Other crew
Gary Martyn .... production assistant
Sallie McGuire Nicholas .... production assistant

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No Easter egg here (web), 31 May 2013
Author: leplatypus from PariS

I watched it on the web because oceanic mythology was among the leftover from my art studies.

This documentary is more about engineering the installation of a modern statue than a in-depth history of the island.

For what i have understood, those heads asked actually as much human work than building the pyramids. It's an amazing task that leaves speechless: in a way, the more they erect a statue, the more they dig their grave as they divert all things needed for a living. That's why for example the ground beneath the heads is barren as they cut all the trees available. The good insight of the production is to have guessed that the native used their canoe technology because it's indeed the finest piece of technology the oceanic civilizations invented!

For those who seek UFOs or forgotten gods, they will have to look for another documentary.

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