The Living Sea
The Living Sea, a film about the world's oceans, increases sensitivity among peoples around the world to the beautiful, powerful, productive, but ultimately fragile, marine environment. Through the exciting use of marine technology, this vast scientific frontier will be explored with the people who are building a healthy coexistence with Earth's oceans.
- Category:Family, Short
- Stars:Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaywant, Kuldip Kaur, Jagdish Sethi, Randhir, Badri Prasad, Shivraj, Rama, Sunalini Devi, Pesi Patel, Noor Jehan, Anwaribai, Kathana, Narbada Shankar, Meryl Streep, Judith Connor, William Hamner, Rainos M. Hayes, Steven K. Katona, Richard Marsh, Laura Martin, Stephanie K. Martin, James A.R. McFarlane, Bruce Robison, Jennifer Rock, Marty Thomas, Francis Toribiong,
- Director:Greg MacGillivray,
- Writer:Roger Holzberg, Tim Cahill
A survey of the world's oceans, emphasizing the fact that it's a single interconnected ocean, and the dependence of all life on the ocean. Along the way we spend time with some surfers, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Living Sea torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Really enjoyed this film, the settings and acting! Charming!
(mx) wrote: Love it. it was good to watch
(mx) wrote: Anne Hathaway makes a very likable heroine, and I love how it pokes fun of the fairy tale genre. But it is still too silly, the story is flimsy, and I found the obedience gimmick very annoying. This is basically another Cinderella film, and if you like a cliched princess story, then go for it. Ella Enchanted is occasionally entertaining thanks to its whimsical supporting characters, but in the end not a good movie.
(us) wrote: Aside from Leon's performance, I really don't understand why people rag on this film. It is far from Hollywood Blockbuter standards but is fun to watch.
(nl) wrote: Saw it... It's in my top ten worst movies ever...
(fr) wrote: Italian cinema of the 1970s at it's best. Giannini and Melato are magnificent.
(br) wrote: Light, formulaic anti-Nazi film from 1942, clearly aimed at convincing the U.S. to enter the war. An enjoyable little film carried off well by the cast, but certainly not in the same class as Bogart's more famous works.
(kr) wrote: This sequel was not as good as the first movie. The plot was not good in that when you fall 10000 feet from a plane you are dead. Also, the acting was not great.
(ag) wrote: I think you may need to be 'on something' to appreciate this film ? It's a bit too wacky for me. But still 3 Stars because it 'had it's moments'.
(it) wrote: Just finished this jewel of a film. wow.. I was laughing hysterically while Erica covered her eyes in parts.