Our Planet: Behind the Scenes (2019) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
63 min
IMDB Rating:
8.3 / 10 
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Directors: Huw Cordey [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Behind the Scenes look at the hardships and drama of capturing footage from Our Planet.


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Better as an episode

As a standalone film, there's really no reason to make this. The exciting parts just tease the awesome sights seen in the full series Our Planet, and any sort of narrative that they build is thrown out the window with the final segment. I'm glad they didn't hold back and kept the last part in, but that part is probably what forced them to make this a separate film. From an editing perspective, the ending is terrible, and not just in the most obvious way. It's cut very awkwardly and gave me the feeling that I had accidentally stopped a movie right at the climax. A few more moments were needed to solidly conclude the episode.

However, as an episode of the show, it would fit perfectly. It still shows some great shots, and it's extremely informative to see the successes, failures, and wild adventures of the film crew.

Very beautiful and sad .....

It's incredible the job behind the crew to shot amazing footage. This documentary shows how's frustrating can be to have the perfect spot (if nature allows it).

The last part of the documentary is very very sad ...
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