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G| hr. 46 min.

Plot Summary
Some of the wildest, most beautifully stunning landscapes on Earth are captured in this IMAX documentary, spanning the globe from the Grand Canyon and the parched desert of Namibia to the ancient forests of British Columbia and the rain forests of Borneo. But the film also focuses on the indigenous people of these extraordinary places, who each explain how they live in harmony with the planet and with the many animals who also call it home. The film includes narration by Robert Redford.

Cast: Robert Redford

Director: Jon Long

Genres: Documentary

Sacred Planet (2004)

Release Date: April 22nd, 2004| hr. 46 min.

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  • Its gently delivered theme and friendly images of nature (no lions eating antelopes here), this is a fine thing for families and school groups. show more

  • If Sacred Planet helps kids appreciate the beauty and wonder of nature and animal life, it will be worth it. But surely civilization can come up with a more generously entertaining delivery system. show more

  • In this well-intentioned celebration of nature and traditional ways of life, giant-screen images feel generic when they should inspire wonder. show more

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