Friday, 8 August 2008

Planet Earth

The first part of this great series covers mountains, caves, shallow seas and deserts - and has been produced in top quality, as known from several previous BBC documentaries. The pictures are amazing and you will be rendered speechless, believe me. Each episode focuses on a certain region, with the goal of covering the whole planet with the full series. From my point of view this is a very impressive advice to take care of our planet (without addressing this topic directly or in an aggressive and demanding way, as known from several other productions). If you like documentaries, especially about nature and wildlife, this series is definitely a must-have - and if you don't like documentaries you should get it as well...

From the makers of The Blue Planet: Seas of Life with an unprecedented production budget of $25 million comes the epic story of life on Earth. Five years in production over 2000 days in the field using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations shot entirely in high definition this is the ultimate portrait of our planet. A stunning television experience that captures rare action impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved wildest and most elusive creatures. From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers this blockbuster series takes you on an unforgettable journey through the daily struggle for survival in Earth's most extreme habitats. Planet Earth takes you to places you have never seen before to experience sights and sounds you may never experience anywhere else.

Director: Alastair Fothergill

Studio: Polyband

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