Stonehenge Decoded (2008)

Stonehenge Decoded (2008)

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This National Geographic documentary attempts to trace the origins of the world famous Stonehenge. The filmmakers utilize special effects in order to reconstruct the building of the structures, and to show how they most likely looked at the tine of their completion. Historians analyze who built Stonehenge, and for what purpose.
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"National Geographic: Stonehenge Decoded" was a bit of a letdown. While the shots of the mysterious structure are stunning, the exploration of the history was not quite what I was hoping for. This search for the truth reveals that it may have been part of a bigger story that doesn't include Druid ceremony and human sacrifice. While it's good to be informed, the legends are much more fun. Donald Sutherland has the perfect voice to bring the origins of Stonehenge back to life. The reenactments are a bit cheesy but the recreation of the stone structure as it looked thousands of year ago was pretty cool. I recommend this film for its picturesque views of Stonehenge, but I'll be looking for a more interesting documentary to recommend over this one.

Jonny Priano
Jonny Priano

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