A dive in the heart of the ocean to discover, understand, love a world still mysterious and surprising. A world where nature invents wonderful colors, shapes and sounds. The ocean is unique...
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Disneynature's international team of filmmakers travel to the mountains of China to find and film the elusive snow leopard on the highest plateau on Earth, while enduring brutal weather and unsettled terrain.
After ten years of doing nothing, Orel and Gringe are in their mid 30s and they struggle to finish their first rap album. Their texts are mostly sex jokes and booze stories and reflect the ... See full summary »
A loving family set off in their car on what seems like a carefree family outing. They sing, stop for ice- creams and play eye-spy. However, it becomes clear that this isn't a happy outing ... See full summary »
1809, France. Captain Neuville is called to the front, leaving his future bride heartbroken. Her sister decides to write letters on his behalf to cheer her up. But it all goes south when Neuville reappears.
A dive in the heart of the ocean to discover, understand, love a world still mysterious and surprising. A world where nature invents wonderful colors, shapes and sounds. The ocean is unique, only men put it in the plural. It is everywhere, covers more than 70% of the Earth and gives our house its color and its name: the blue planet. In this sumptuous and fragile environment, the dolphins will be our guides to share this great history of the ocean which is that of our origins and our future. A universal story that resonates in each of us.Written by
What you would expect from a Disney documentary --beautiful footage, incredible seascapes and captivating tales -- but nothing more. A fantastic one-off, but I have visions of this collecting dust on hard drives for years to come.
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