The Deep Blue


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A movie that was four and a half billion years in the making? John thinks it was well worth waiting for !

What do you think? Have you seen it? What inspires you about the depths of the ocean?

2 Comments
  1. I’ve seen it and it’s amazing. To think about how many animals live in the depths of the ocean is mindblowing. Never thought about that until this movie and now I think a lot of times about them. Living in the dark. It makes me more grateful for the life I have as a human being. I can choose to live in the dark or not. They can’t….

  2. i love this film and can understand John’s excitement about it’s making. the vastness of the ocean is simply spectacular to experience on screen. the feeding frenzies of the albatros’, dolphins, & sharks were pretty awesome. i was moved by how all creatures, from the largest mammal in the world, the Grey Whale, to the smallest single-celled ameba’s in Mariana’s trench have the will to survive. such determination is amazing and inspirational.

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