"Into the Deep" is a 34-minute documentary from over 20 years ago that takes us on a unique journey into the beautiful world of life underwater. While I would say that the film may have been a bit more informative occasionally, this is really just a minor criticisms. We get some interesting facts and the video recordings are nothing short of breathtaking. The film also ends on a high note with the statement that no matter if humans or animals, no matter if at land or underwater, we are all one and we need to be careful because if we destroy certain areas, we destroy ourselves in the long run. The animals in here aren't really fluffy or cute, so maybe this is not such a great watch for younger audiences, but they are extremely fascinating nonetheless. I highly enjoyed the watch and very much recommend it. Thumbs up for Howard Hall, Matthew Hart and this IMAX documentary. i cannot believe it did not receive any awards attention whatsoever. What ignorance. A truly atmospheric watch and I felt most of the time I was really down there deep in the water with the animals.
Into the Deep
Into the Deep
An underwater exploration beneath kelp forests in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California. The film captures the birth of a shark, squids mating, a lobster molting, a fish protecting its nest from an octopus and a sea urchin, and the sea bed covered with brittle stars. —Will Gilbert
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December 05, 2021 at 07:08 AM