An underwater exploration beneath kelp forests in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California. The film captures the birth of a shark, squids mating, a lobster molting, a fish protecting its nest from an octopus and a sea urchin, and the sea bed covered with brittle stars.Written by
I know this review will not get submitted because it's not long enough. But it is all I had to say/comment on for this film, and I want to say that your rule of 10 lines minimum really sucks! I think my comment is valuable, but unless its 10 lines long it seems you don't.
When I saw Into the Deep, it was my first IMAX 3-D film. I remember I was not real thrilled to see a documentary for my first one, and on top of that, it was only 35 minutes long. "What a ripoff!" I thought. But as soon as the film started, I was enthralled. The Narrator along with the beauty of the ocean life and especially 3-D aspect was so good it made me cry! No kidding. This film moved me. It gave me a greater desire and passion for nature. One that I never had. I still think of this film often and wish I could see it again.
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