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The White Planet
La Planete Blanche
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From the moment “The White Planet” begins, audiences young and old will be immersed in a fantastically unfamiliar world: the great frozen North, through four seasons. Filmmakers Thierry Piantanida, Thierry Ragobert and Jean Lemire reveal this extraordinarily complex ecosystem that is so much more than vast plains of ice and snow. Unlike the majority of nature documentaries, the film focuses not on a single species, but on the ebb and flow of all life here. Polar bears, Arctic fox and herds of caribou move across the white land, while nearby great walls of ice, split and shear off, collapsing into the sea. It's a revelation how much life exists under the snow. More extraordinary surprises await the viewer as the cameras move below the ice to the chilly waters underneath, capturing pods of white Beluga whales and the otherworldly, unicorn-like horns of the rarely seen narwhals.
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