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I cannot recommend this enough. Not only incredibly inspiring and educational but an amazing piece of cinematography. Just mind blowing.
The BBC have done well in the soft few years. 'Planet Earth' was a masterpiece. One of the best prices of film ever made.
Human planet isn't far behind.
Soft Few YEARS!!! it stays!
Are first-worlders not a part of humanity? Looks like it only focuses on the poor.
It's because we're all same same boring to watch capitalist fucks whose biggest challenge in day to day life is getting stuck in traffic and deciding whether to get an android or jesus phone
I'd like to see a tweaked version of this where right after the "The most amazing species of all..." then this:
1st worlders are fucking boring.
yeah, we are pretty damn remarkable.
Everyone pat yourself on the back. We just killed it, especially compared with all the other animals (losers)
please dont derail my non cynical thread.
finished off the series, some very sad parts but such a brilliantly made piece of film
Thanks for recommending this...it is amazing. One of the best documentaries I've seen.
Yeh its a fantastic series.
Like set said all of the recent BBC ones are great -
In Human Planet the voice of the narrator John Hurt can be a little over dramatic at times though, unlike David Attenborough, who wouldn't ever over dramatize what he was seeing as it unnecessary as it was epic enough in itself. But no one compares to Big D (as i call him), and John Hurt is pretty good.
Those mongol guys are so bad ass, I want an eagle. And a horse.
yeah its a real pitty its not David Attenborough
id like to buy him to read me stories