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I'm usually not a big fan of documentaries, but "South Pacific BBC" is
an exception. This 6-part BBC mini-series of the South Pacific shows
not only clichéd postcard-style images, but also the south pacific's
diverse wildlife, people, history and its condition today.
Interesting stories alternate with amazing images from the air as well as in the water. At the end of every Episode, the "South Pacific Diaries" show the difficulties the team experienced while filming and the high-tech material they used.
As the BBC is not only ad-driven, they were able to invest a huge amount of money, which pays off: top-notch direction, sound, narrating and image quality (check the blu-ray!). I see no big flaws, only the wildlife parts are in a few cases a bit boring.
Another excellent BBC wildlife documentary featuring breathtaking
high-definition photography and a detailed overview on diverse aspects
related to earth's biggest ocean such as insular evolution and
While the didactic approach of Attenborough's "Life"-series is still unsurpassed in its clarity and empathy, there's more than enough informative material gathered to fill six joyous hours.
Be prepared to be stunned by the brilliant use of slow motion.
A technical triumph in all departments!
8 out of 10 killer waves
This is outstanding series of exploration of region never filmed or no
human ever seen before. The way stories are covered are very well
organized and gives pleasant when watching. There are plethora of shots
which clearly seem to be taken with well planning and patience with
perfect angle and position.
Every series prepared with rhythmic storyline. For example, Endless Blue starts with lost sailors and move towards life of sperm whale, and then go in-depth of middle south-pacific to explore species that we never ever seen and never filmed before or say explored by anyone.
Use of high-definition and slow-motion cameras makes the scenes perfect
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