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The legend of Atlantis is a story for the ages. A thriving civilisation wiped off the face of the earth by a devastating natural disaster, but this story has roots in the real world. This docudrama details the eruption of Santorini, the biggest disaster in the ancient world, which annihilated the prehistoric Minoan people.Written by
Family Friendly Gorgeous Natural Disaster Film/Documentary
Everything about this production screams labor-of-love by the producers. This is a low budget, made for BBC TV, quite reasonably accurate depiction of the volcanic destruction of Minos (modern day island of Thera) in circa 1630 BC. The depiction of bull-leaping and reconstruction of Minoan society is the best ever yet filmed and while many aspects of the ancient society is toned down for G-rated television, it is evocative and gorgeous. Watch it if you can. The Blu-Ray version is beautiful.
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