Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Océans - オーシャンズ


Jacques Perrin made a great movie. The photographic images were indescribably exquisite in this movie. It is by all means the devoting efforts of excellent camera crews that made the capture of thrilling nature visually possible. Jacques Perrin automatically reminds me of “WATARIDORI”, but I felt the power of images was far superior this time.
There was a single scene in the end of the movie that was not the shot of the nature, and as I wondered where that huge aquarium would be, I carefully watched the French end credits. I managed to see the words “Aquarium Atlanta” and found later at home it was actually the world’s largest acrylic tank.

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