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La Terre vue du ciel (2004)

Yann Arthus-Bertrand has flown over hundreds of countries to create an extraordinary aerial portrait of our planet as never seen before. This DVD from the Panoramica Motion Gallery is '... See full summary »

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Renaud Delourme
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Bernard Giraudeau ... L'homme (voice)
Nils Hugon Nils Hugon ... L'enfant (voice)
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Yann Arthus-Bertrand has flown over hundreds of countries to create an extraordinary aerial portrait of our planet as never seen before. This DVD from the Panoramica Motion Gallery is 'Ambient' in concept, there is no storytelling, no narratives, just a constant stream of compelling beauty. Written by Spirit Level

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Transforming TV into an unlimited work of art

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France

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French

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22 September 2004 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

De Aarde vanuit de Hemel See more »

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Will the "intelligent" human race stop destroying the blue planet ?
25 March 2008 | by KrovekSee all my reviews

A series of superb photos taken by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, accompanied by touching music and poetic text, showing our beautiful yet fragile Earth through an eagle's eye.

This unique planet, about 4.500.000.000 years old is brought to the edge of destruction, pollution, overcrowding and environmental crisis by a 100.000 year old species, called "Homo Sapiens".

Will the coming generations face the challenge and restore the balance to our planet ?

" We can protect only what we know well" says the artist.

This movie is a magnificent work of art, however some people may not appreciate its real value unless they have enough sensibility to understand the messages of "The Little Prince", from whom the author quotes at the end of the movie.

Thank you!


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