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I went and saw this in IMAX 3D yesterday. The footage is spectacular and the 3D is the greatest I've seen. The melody is also very serene. There is footage of few various species of water mammals (mostly Cetacea), including Humpback Whale, Beluga, Right Whale, Bottlenose dolphin, Common Dolphin, Manatee, and more. Daryl Hannah narrates the movie and she does a nice job. There is a tiny bit of conservation preaching that seems a tiny abrupt at the end, but not something that I am against. Though this movie is short, and perhaps not the most educational due to the brevity, it definitely provided a nice IMAX experience.
Like the gentle giants that create up the latter half of this film's title, Jean-Michel Cousteau's recent production has grace, but it's also slow and ponderous. The producer's last outing, "Sharks-3D" had the same problem. It's difficult to imagine a boring shark documentary, but they somehow managed it. The only draw for Sharks was it's passable 3D, which is everytime fun when dealing with wondrous worlds beneath the ocean's surface. But even that was only passable. Terrible focus in some scenes made the production seems amateurish. With Dolphins and Whales, the technology is all but wasted. Cloudy scenes and too many close-ups of the film's giant topics do nothing to take advantage of IMAX's stunning 3D capabilities. There are far too several scenes of any depth or variety. Close-ups of these nice monsters just look flat and there is often only one monster in the cameras field, so there is no contrast of depth. Jean-Michel Cousteau is trying to follow in his father's footsteps, but when you've got Shark-Week on cable, his introspective and dull treatment of his topics is a constant disappointment.
"Dolphins and Whales 3D: Tribes of the Ocean" is a 42-minute nature documentary from 2008, so this one has its 10th anniversary next year. It was directed by Jean-Jacques Mantello, who now shot quite a several underwater documentaries in his career and as the game tells the focus in this one here is on dolphins and whales. And it may be his greatest career effort so far. It has a very clean structure. You read the name of the species on the screen and afterward see video recordings while listening to the narrator deliever some information. The narrator in my case, i.e. the German version, was successful actress Martina Gedeck, while audiences from the English-speaking countries receive to listen to Daryl Hannah and Charlotte Rampling. As for Gedeck, I think she did what was important and overall delivered fine narration. The several moments where the texts receive a tiny too poetic for their own nice are nothing you can blame her for. Other minor criticism: The method in which the environmental message got rushed in near the very end was not too adequate I would say, but I guess it is still better than leaving it out completely. Another than that, I think it is a nice success. The video footage is nothing short of amazing, the audio manages to be interesting and informative without ever getting too scientific or not scientific enough. I may be a bit biased as I am indeed a sucker for animal documentaries, but this tiny IMAX film was really nice and I think I am neutral enough to tell that still as fish and underwater documentaries are frequently not as much to my liking as documentaries about prairie wildlife for example. But this one here is, even to a lvl where IO would tell that this is at this mission right actually my favourite short movie of 2008. Do not miss it. Final note: Manatees are the coolest thing ever.
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