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This absolutely beautiful documentary on our World, its mystical beauty and miracles including slow motion footage of nature, animals, seasons, new life and daily beauties I've never seen nor imagined existed. The photography is sensational. The animal behaviour shown is incredible, beautiful and humorous. Never been a fan of nature documentaries, this blew me away.Written by
BBC takes us on visually charming path through the Africa. From hottest dry places on Earth to the deeps of the ocean. Capturing only the most beautiful and interesting behavior of the animals and plants, so it's actually even more magnificent than in the real life. Whole movie has a quite magical tone and Idris Elba as a narrator really helps. His narrating is very simple at the same time, so even the younger ones will enjoy this. It does not have to be seen in 3D to appreciate it's potential. In the end, it leaves warm feeling of love and respect for the nature inside you and that is, I think, what filmmakers meant by this.
Well done BBC...as usually.
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