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200 kmh winds, 18 cyclones, 12 countries - Andy Byatt (Blue Planet, Earth) Cyril Barbançon and Jacqueline Farmer have teamed up with NASA and composer Yann Tiersen to bring this thrilling... See more »

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Donna
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Paloma Garcia Martens ...
Lucy (voice)
Pascal Orsolini ...
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Cyril Barbançon
Andy Byatt
Jacqueline Farmer

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Philippe Blasband ... ()
 
Jacqueline Farmer ... (writer)
 
Olivier Lorelle ... ()
 
Frédérique Zepter ... (writer)

Produced by

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Jean-Yves Asselin ... line producer
Jacqueline Farmer ... producer
Bertrand Loyer ... producer
Daniel Marquet ... associate producer
Olivier Rausin ... co-producer
Sebastian Schelenz ... co-producer

Music by

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Catherine Graindorge
Yann Tiersen

Cinematography by

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Cyril Barbançon ... (as Cyril Barbancon)

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Thierry Delvigne
Luc Plantier
Philippe Ravoet

Editorial Department

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Christophe Evrard ... assistant editor
Pierre Sudre ... colorist
Thomas Vanthuyne ... first assistant editor

Production Management

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Frances Lausell ... unit production manager
Philippe Levy ... KEY ACCOUNTANT
Iohamil Navarro ... unit production manager
Ingrid Rubbens ... post-production manager

Sound Department

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Yves Bemelmans ... sound recordist
Jean-Michel Beranger ... french dubbing recordist
Céline Bernard ... foley artist
Benoît Biral ... foley mixer
Emmanuel de Boissieu ... re-recording mixer
Sebastien Demeyere ... sound coordinator
Fred Demolder ... supervising sound editor
David Gillain ... re-recording mixer
Renaud Guillaumin ... dialogue editor / sound editor
Geronimo Mercado ... adr supervisor: PR / vo mixer: PR
Fabrice Osinski ... sound
Yves Renard ... sound effects editor
Héléna Réveillère ... sound recordist
Olivier Thys ... foley artist

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Michel Denis ... special effects supervisor
Ronald Grauer ... special effects supervisor
Alexandra Meese ... special effects coordinator
Benoit Revilliod ... special effects supervisor

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Hugo Barbier ... visual effects supervisor
Ronald Grauer ... visual effects supervisor
Tom Mulder ... grader
Stefan Rycken ... visual effects supervisor
Kosmas Stergiou ... compositor: lead
Frédéric Vanmeerbeeck ... digital compositor
Benjamin Westercamp ... Lead digital compositor

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Colas Besnard ... assistant camera
Keir Campbell Byatt ... stereographer
Noari Dragh ... assistant camera
James Gaffney ... still photographer
Gerome Iachkine ... grip
John Jackson ... camera operator
Raphael Palin ... assistant camera
Pierre Petit ... camera operator
Philippe Piron ... focus puller: a camera
James Reynolds ... camera operator
Roberto Rinaldi ... Underwater camera operator
Juan Sepulchre ... first assistant camera
Claude Tardy ... still photographer

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Paul Lavergne ... executive producer

Other crew

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Heather M. Bernard ... production coordinator
Armelle Cheminée ... Logistics Manager
Bruno Elizor ... logistics manager
Candice Falesse ... production assistant
Caroline Houben ... production assistant / production team
Rachel Jacob ... production coordinator
Eric Jooris ... legal counsel
Hans Lettany ... title designer

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Plot Summary

200 kmh winds, 18 cyclones, 12 countries - Andy Byatt (Blue Planet, Earth) Cyril Barbançon and Jacqueline Farmer have teamed up with NASA and composer Yann Tiersen to bring this thrilling and immersive experience to the big screen. Beginning its tumultuous journey as an ominous sandstorm in Senegal, heading west across the Atlantic to toss enormous ships and waves topsy-turvy, then crashing into the jungles of the Caribbean, we live inside this hurricane, and it is truly awesome, scary and incredible. Ants, lizards, bats, frogs, horses, homeless men, rivers, ocean reefs, the US Gulf coast - all bend before the power of this monsoon turned magnificent. We see it from space, we see it through the eyes of animals, from the operations' rooms of the emergency agencies meant to warn us and help us cope - and we see it from the ground as it explodes and unleashes its fury upon us.

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Also Known As
  • Hurricane (World-wide, English title)
  • Orkaan. Tuule odüsseia (Estonia)
  • Kasirga (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Uraganas: Vejo odiseja (Lithuania)
  • Ураган: Одiссея вiтру (Ukraine)
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  • 40 min
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