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Deep Blue

Deep Blue ★★★½ 2003 (G)

British documentary from the creators of the BBC TV series “The Blue Planet” about (what else) ocean life, which was shot in some 250 locations worldwide. Killer whales, gray whales, dolphins, sea lions, sharks, penguins, and polar bears as well as sea horses, jellyfish, and a variety of other strange deep sea dwellers are shown going about their daily struggle to survive. All accompanied by some stunning cinematography and a lush score. 90m/C DVD . GB GED: Alastair Fothergill; W: Alastair Fothergill, Andy Byatt, Tim Ecott; C: Doug Allan, Peter Scoones; M: George Fenton; Nar: Michael Gam-bon.

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