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Deep Blue (2003)

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Release Date
• USA: Jul 1, 2005
• UK: 18 Jun 2004

Budget $5,000,000

Official Website:
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Running Time
1 hour, 23 minutes

Country UK, Germany

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• Deep Blue

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Genre: Documentary, Animals

Plot: For their acclaimed BBC series THE BLUE PLANET, directors Alistair Fothergill and Andy Byatt dispatched cameras to the far reaches of the earth in order to collect footage of sea life that, for all its otherworldliness, might as well have been captured by the Hubble Telescope. DEEP BLUE is a mesmerizing highlight reel of the most entrancing footage from their journey. Among the unforgettable images on display is a sea horse that alternately resembles a Chinese dragon and a thriving house plant, a squadron of penguins violently hurling themselves belly-first onto an ice floe, a heartbreaking slow-motion killer whale attack on a baby seal, and a montage of willowy deep-sea denizens that call to mind the extraterrestrials from James Cameron's THE ABYSS. As the kaleidoscope of stunning imagery unfolds, Pierce Brosnan's unobtrusive narration attempts to put it all into nonscientific perspective, while George Fenton's effective score veers between thunderous orchestral cues and quietly mysterious bells and chimes. Eschewing textbook wordiness in favor of pure jaw-dropping visual awe, the struggles and oddities from the world of DEEP BLUE are sure to be eye-opening for all but the most seasoned

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 External Reviews
external linkA modest descent into the depths of our oceans, the long-delayed BBC documentary “Deep Blue” is a decent attempt to showcases the oddities that lie beneath the surface of the water. Intimate and impressively photographed, “Blue” is an easy sit, but not as mind-blowing as it could’ve been. 4/5

 Directed by
Andy Byatt
Amazon Abyss
 Written by
Michael Gambon
Sleepy Hollow, The Insider, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Frank Glaubrecht
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Jacques Perrin
Brotherhood of the Wolf, Nuovo cinema Paradiso, The Travelling Birds
 Music By
George Fenton
Groundhog Day, Hitch, You've Got Mail



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