Sacred Planet (2004)
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Directed by Jon Long, this 45-minute IMAX production travels across the globe not only in an attempt to instill a proper sense of awe, but also to encourage the preservation of the environment as a whole. Among the locations highlighted are the mountains of Vancouver, New Zealand's white sand beaches, the deserts of Namibia, the canyons of Arizona and Utah, and the Alaskan wilderness. In addition to the landscapes, animals and people indigenous to the areas are highlighted in an effort to
Apr 22, 2004 Wide
Apr 5, 2005
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Avoids polemic in favor of simply showing the many splendors we may yet lose forever.
An Imax feature that is dazzling yet superfluous.
A repetitive, globe-hopping Imax project that dresses up well-known ecological truisms with pretty nature photography.
Sacred Planet is a kind of Koyaanisqatsi for kids.
[The filmmakers] have two stated goals... to show the audience places they might never see... and to make a subtle statement about the way we treat our planet.
Images are very pleasing, but only a few actually take your breath away. Still, this should provide a good springboard for conversation into civilization & environmentalism.
The images are what carry this 40-minute exploration of the nooks and crannies (and cultural disparities) of our earth.
The images are enthralling, as per usual with the giant IMAX format, and cover Alaskan glaciers, the desert Southwest, the jungles of Borneo, Thailand, the African plains, and the shores of New Zealand.
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