Informed he has terminal cancer, an underachieving chemistry genius turned high school teacher uses his expertise to secretly provide for his family by producing the world's highest quality crystal meth.
Due to a political conspiracy an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out from the inside out.
There aren't possible to describe all the beautiful footage showed in this documentary. It's easily the best i have ever seen, on par or even better than BBCs "planet earth" which was unique because of its big budget and long production time (16M £, 5years). Its probable that production paid off not only financially but also in terms of skill, and it certainly comes to show here in BBCs next effort to show us the mysteries and beauty of our planets frozen worlds. More than anything else this production is a profound statement on how precious and unique our planet is and how immensely important it is that human activity don't destroy it. Richard Attenbourough is, as we all know by now, the perfect narrator. His deep interest and knowledge in natural history is apparent, adding a pleasant edge to a marvelous achievement that is Frozen Planet.
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