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What we don't get in "Queen of the Sun'' is anyone suggesting there might be some merit to how agribusiness is conducted.
"Queen" sheds much-needed light on a disaster in progress.
Rich subject matter and persuasive presentation make this visually appealing nature documentary worth buzzing about.
This hard-working film may not be a balm, but it can help.
'Queen of the Sun" is a beautiful nature film, with gorgeous, multicolored shots of bees and flowers. It also is a well-made documentary about the troubles of the honeybee.
What it is doing, and beautifully, is making a sunny and optimistic case for why the world is worth saving, via gorgeous imagery and poetic appreciations of the bees themselves.
See it, and you'll never look at those little creatures buzzing about in quite the same way.
Alarming and insightful, offering a rare glimpse into insects in crisis.
Instead of going all Al Gore and casting stones from his soap box, Siegel takes an evenhanded approach in getting both sides of the story...
Informative documentary contains an alarming message.
A both alarming and inspiring tale of the humble creature that has been around for 150 million years and is essential to our existence. A marvelous documentary incorporating investigative reporting and an artist's vision of nature.
What Queen of the Sun lacks in narrative, Siegel mostly makes up for with his camera
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