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Life is simply brilliant.
Amazing picture quality. Amazing camera work. Great way to show off your new TV and Blu-ray player. Very interesting documentaries (10 different episode based sections). I have not seen Planet Earth yet so now I am very keen to give that a look as this was brilliant.
Life is an amazing series in all ways. The footage is unbelievable and the close ups are crazy. Maybe there's a bit too much slow-motion footage but that's hardly a complaint. I bought a new TV and wanted to test out the picture quality, nothing looks better than this series if you're looking to show off! I thought the Planet Earth series was the best ever but I think this takes the cake.
A documentary that introduce a world of nature with stunning graphic and how lifes can be so fragile but beautiful. An educational collection that can't be miss.
One of the best documentary I have ever seen.
Another great BBC documentary. If you watched the series on TV you will probably like to buy its bluray, too. Each time I wonder how BBC can make so unique documentaries. Producing this series cost BBC £10 million. 130 stories were handled and each was filmed by different group of pros. If you watch the "on location" parts after each episode, you'll see how much they worked on each story. There was a scene which is 20-30 seconds long. They are filming a jungle-like spot and they want to show you the 4 seasons in this 20-30 seconds. If they wanted to do that on a fixed location its not a big deal with today's technology. But they want to show that spot with a moving camera. In order to do that they created the same spot in the studio except the trees. They put the exact plants to the exact locations as they are in the jungle and they kept filming them for a year. Meanwhile they filmed on the jungle spot too. Then they joined both images and created this unique scene. This scene really impressed me. While watching the series you'll wonder how they can actually film some scenes, because they are not easy to shot even in a studio. This series is just hard work and spectacular effort from BBC. The legendary narrator David Attenborough makes this documentary more valuable. Don't miss this series if you like documentaries in high definition quality.
Im affraid i am not enough of a literal wizzard to do justice to this collection. The Soothing tones of the ever dependable national treasure that is Sir David Attenborough, layered over the top of some of the most incredable natural history sequences ive ever seen combine to make this a very beautiful and very educational collection of films. Each episode also contains a 10 minute section allowing you a look into the production of that film. The HD is simply breath taking and a must must must own own for anybodies collection