Documentary: Dena Seidel: Antarctic Edge: 70 South (U.S.A. 2015)
This is a documentary about marine life in the Southern Ocean and the work of scientists on ships and islands on the Antarctic coast. Underlying the narrative is the effect of global warming on all aspects of Antarctic life, from krill to penguins.
It’s a solid, straightforward documentary with lots of good visualizations of climate phenomena and human material about the lives of people who work in Antarctic research. It also demonstrates how the story of Antarctica has shifted during the 10+ years I’ve been interested in the subject. When I read my first Antarctic books, the image of the continent was of unchanging, eternal ice. Now it’s a story of massive transformations caused by humanity.
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First of all, excuse my bad english, I´m spanish 😀
I´ve just read your articles “Roleplaying Game Movie Night” and I would like to recommend you the movie: El corazón del guerrero (1999)
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