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There's no denying that filmmakers Suzanne Chisholm and Michael Parfit captured spectacular shots of both wildlife and picturesque scenery of evergreen-lined water under vibrant pink sunsets.
Thoughtful and moving, if often heavy-handed...
A documentary ideal for schoolrooms, family viewing and discussion.
Serious-minded, thought-provoking animal documentary will have a lengthy life, mostly in ancillary markets.
Docu dotes on its adorable, highly photogenic star, but nonstop voiceover commentary and exclamations of wonderment tend to lessen rather than enhance its impact.
Parents should know that the ending makes the last moments of this family-friendly documentary as tough as "Bambi." But the lessons about friendship are gigantic, indeed.
A moving and beautifully shot nature documentary.
The Whale defies all the odds to make people reconsider what they thought they knew about orcas, the so-called killer whale.
The delicate, understated dignity of the story's presentation (particularly the scenes portraying the bond between the aboriginal people and Luna) pays off with resonance, especially in the film's final stages.
A congenial, though slow-starting, look at an amazing animal.
The sort of doc that presents an issue that's never quite fleshed out enough to present real solutions
Stylistically raw and unpolished but appropriate to [...] details of emotional intimacy and the messiness of life's balance and imbalances.
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