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Filmmaker Mark Terry leads an expedition to Antarctica to report on the new discoveries made by the world's scientific community stationed in Antarctica. This award-winning documentary reveals many new scientific revelations such as penguin suicide, new vegetation growing in the world's largest desert, diminishing populations of land animals and marine life and the dangerously increasing melting of Antarctica's land ice.
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5.0

Beautiful and Facinating Film

By Melanie Clarke

from Santa Monica, CA

Comments about PBS The Antarctica Challenge A Global Warning DVD:

This is the most beautiful film I have ever seen!
The iceberg shots look like calendar photos.
And the penguins ae so cute. They look more real than in March of the Penguins.
Seeing the new-born babies was amazing!
I LOVE this movie and you will too.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Stunning Cinematography, Must-See Doc

By Brad Findlay

from Seattle, WA

Comments about PBS The Antarctica Challenge A Global Warning DVD:

I can't think of any climate change documentary ever made that actually makes you feel hopeful about the future, until now.
The Antarctica Challenge certainly brings to light many new environmental concerns from Antarctica, but also cleverly presents two international co-operatives - the Antarctica Treaty and the Montreal Protocol - as examples of how we have succeeded in the past in solving seemingly "insurmountable" problems by working together.
The suggestion this time, of course, is that climate change is yet another problem - seemingly insurmountable - that we can solve together as a global community.
A nice new turn on the usual gloom-and-doom message of most of these films.
And with the breathtaking photography (is this really Earth?!) and cool CGI effects, this is a hidden gem you need to add to your collection.
Apparently it was part of COP15, but I never heard of it before now.
Thank you PBS for bringing the world's best to us, once again!

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