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David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

1h 23m
The story of life on our planet by the man who has seen more of the natural world than any other. In more than 90 years, Attenborough has visited every continent on the globe, exploring the wild places of our planet and documenting the living world in all its variety and wonder. Addressing the biggest challenges facing life on our planet, the film offers a powerful message of hope for future generations.
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CinemanicBonkers says...
2 years ago
It was amazing to watch David Attenborough share his powerful, knowledgeable, inspiring message, the truth, and the reality to the world on the big screen for first time tonight and it was a great experience and his message was deep, emotional and beautiful at the same time. We really can make a difference today if we listen, see, believe and make the effort to do so.
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purpIerain says...
2 years ago
Beautiful, thought proving by a legend. I myself have been vegan over 4 years now and it's the single best thing you can do in your everyday life to help this planet. For starters I recommend watching Cowspiracy, What the Health, Dominion.
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FinFan says...
2 years ago
I have the highest respect for David Attenborough and I enjoyed many of his shows. He's right about everything he said and his ideas are certainly worth thinking about. Sadly I don't think any of this will happen. So long as mankind thinks in terms of race and nationality there won't be change. That has to be the first step or otherwise we might fall victim to the sixth extinction event. Just my two cents.
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ladysherlockian says...
2 years ago
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The film features stunning photography of nature and wildlife, and is definitively worth-watching and thought-provoking. I love David Attenborough's accent, he speaks so clearly and understandably that the film can be recommended to people learning English even at lower levels. The ecological message was great for the feast of St. Francis. I did not like the idea of eoncouraging people to reduce the number of children they have, it looks like a bad idea as in most developed countries there is already problem with negative natural increase so it would have a bad effect on these countries. I also wonder about re-wilding the planet and introducing sustanability, would it not lead to job loss among people employed in industries related to overexploitation of nature? Caring about nature is very important but people are far more important than animals. I also disliked the part in which humans are called a species of animal, they are much better than that as they have immortal souls which animals do not possess. Choosing between animal and human welfare, humans are alaways more important.
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Featured User Reviews

10/10  2 years ago
This was beautifully done and for the first time I've left one of these documentaries feeling hopeful. It's not preachy and it places the weight of the solution on the true culprits - the big companies, the billionaires hoarding the world's resources for themselves and the world's leaders. Attenboro More
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10 months ago
The thing that makes this documentary so inspiring is that it is not a lecture. Sir David Attenborough demonstrates through his wealth of experience over the years, the chronology of the decline of the natural world without preaching to us. The beautiful imagery accumulated over 50 years of natural More
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