Earth Review

Patrick Stewart narrates a documentary about the natural habitats of animals and the fragile state of the planet.

by Glen Ferris |
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Release Date:

16 Nov 2007

Running Time:

98 minutes



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Essentially a greatest hits of the BBC’s epic Planet Earth series, this visually gorgeous documentary walks in the footprints of March Of The Penguins but its lack of anthropomorphism gives its eco-message far greater impact.

With Patrick Stewart standing in for David Attenborough, we are taken on a journey from the North Pole to the deep ocean, exploring in exquisite detail the habitats of polar bears, humpback whales and African elephants.

The stunning combination of technical skill and natural wonder carries a vital message about global warming: act now, or scenes such as these will soon be pure fantasy.

Stunningly shot and carrying an important message, this doc is gorgeous.
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