More Than Honey Reviews
It got shots of magnificent nature and impressive plantations, topped with a fitted narrator. Never flat, even if the subject is rather narrow. We travel around the world, and each place we visit leaves an impression. The China-visit may be the most frightening, darn! The stuff that it's schooling us on is pretty crucial. The hardworking, beautiful bees are dying - and of course it's our fault.
Super music, great effects and mostly super people are spices that makes it even more watchable. The cinematography is breathtaking and so are the macro-photography. The bees and their occupation are fascinating, and this makes it a great documentury. The importance and it's layered sadness makes it even greater. The lovely way of telling it and the impressive shots makes it complete.
8.5 out of 10 stings.
The first only interested in money and power, the other cuts the head of his queen with his nail, because she, according to him, 'cheated'.
Creatures with a misunderstood intelligence endlessly underrated by humans.
Understandably, like Douglas Adams' dolphins, the bees have decided to leave the earth: "So long, thanks for all the flowers'
Amazing visuals though