Into the Deep (1994)

  |  Documentary, Short


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The Tangwalder off California's Channel Islands are full of wonders: hugging starfish, dazzling octopuses, capricious sea lions and more, shot by Howard Hall, the director of Deep Sea.


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8 February 2006 | patrick_dunne
Under the Sea (Imax Film)
"Into the Deep" is an Imax film documenting the life about fish and other sea creatures.

It's an Imax film, so it's shown on a really big screen. This helps the viewer feel like they are right there, when the camera gives us a view of the water level.

Then it focuses on the life of fish and other sea creatures. For example, did you know that Lobsters and other crustaceans have to break out of their shells and get new ones. Of course you knew that Hermit Crabs do it, but did you ever expect lobsters? Don't forget how weird and cool the Starcastic Fringeheads are.

I'm not sure how much the admission is to get into the Imax theater, but this may be worth it. It's a whole lot better then the other Imax film: "T-Rex: Back to the Creustaceous."

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Genres

Documentary | Short

Details

Release Date:

3 November 1994

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, Canada

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$9,011

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