Fascinating beauty of nature and portraits of extraordinary people who are trying to save this beauty from destruction. "We can only protect what we know well," - says the French ... See full summary »
Feature documentary about legendary oceanographer, marine biologist, environmentalist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle, and her campaign to create a global network of protected marine sanctuaries.
I'm unsure as to how to review a documentary style 'movie'. what makes a documentary good? i am not sure. i will just review some of the aspects.
Scientific accuracy: i was very pleased with this. i think i found only a few rather debatable scientific statements.
pictures: the best thing about this movie. it was stunning. also the commentary was really well adjusted to the current scene.
commentary: sticking to the facts, not being preachy, just like i want it.
i think that's all of what i want from a documentary. it kept me concentrated and gave me something interesting to think about while letting me admire nature's beauty (but also letting me ponder over man's achievements seen from this angle). yes, i want more of it. nicely done.
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