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Plot: David Attenborough travels to the end of the earth, taking viewers on an extraordinary journey across the polar regions of our planet.
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Wonderful, beautiful, informative, captivating
This is a wonderful documentary covering the Arctic and Antarctica sections of our planet. You see these two regions through 4 seasons, through the eyes of it’s inhabitants (mammals, birds, fish and humans). It captures the beauty, harsh weather and life in all of its glory and challenges. We get to see a thorough glimpse in life of all key animals. The 4 season covers, love, birth, growth, survival, death. We also get to see the life of human beings who live around Arctic circle. It is a tough and simple life.
The show is very informative and very entertaining. Highly recommended. If you love nature or want to know more about this planet, check this out. I am now sifting through IMDb to find more such shows.
Kind of what one expects from an Attenborough documentary
I really like the aesthetics of the far north (and I suppose the far south is not that different, in that regard). So seeing a documentary about that region from David Attenborough, a man who produces series I usually find middle-of-the-road, I actually thought I’d like it somewhat better than the usual fare – perhaps, more than “Planet Earth II”! Reading about some controversy about some of the footage having been manipulated a little bit, the filming having been done in a zoo rather than in the wild, did not particularly discourage me, because that scene would only fill in the context for what is otherwise clearly a picture of the outdoors. On I went.
In reality, if you love Attenborough’s shows – well, that’s one of them. If you hate them – it is, still, and you should avoid it. And if you’re lukewarm about them, like me, it still is, but concentrated in a setting I tend to enjoy.
Yes, imperial units are still used. Yes, the pauses are long and the lines are scarce, making for an occasional boring segment. Yes, it feels overproduced at times. Yes, sometimes the information is slightly (or more) incorrect, misleading etc. Yes, footage gets recycled.
But the awesome visuals of the polar regions with their harsh, unforgiving climate and the charisma and charm of the various animals found in these regions, their lives, adaptation etc – all of that is very strong, as usual. Some of the scenes are truly awe-inspiring and represent some of the best documentary footage we’re likely to see. This series concentrates a bit more on the people towards its end, which drags it down a little bit, in my opinion, but also gives some perspective on the humanity’s role in the region, I suppose.
Original Language en
Runtime 5 hr 33 min (333 min) (entire series)
Actors David Attenborough, Alec Baldwin, Chadden Hunter
Country United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Germany, Greece, Canada
Awards Won 4 Primetime Emmys. 10 wins & 9 nominations total
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Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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