Ocean Giants [Import]
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The other personalized aspect is that the main presenters in the series are the two veteran underwater cameramen, Doug Allan and Didier Noirot. The usual format for series like these includes a 10-minute "making-of" at the end of each 50-minute episode. There's no need for that here because the makers of the shots are on camera almost as much as the whales, and their personal quest to get better acquainted with these marine mammals better is the main thread of the story. The result is more low-key and informal than the usual BBC Earth presentation. It's all shot in high-def (the blu-ray is 1080i), but you don't really notice that because the unexpected intimacy of relationships comes across more clearly than the visual spectacle. It's a different sort of series from BBC Earth, and i think a highly successful one.
Not much narration, but many visits to ocean experts on-site (boats; diving).
More of a compilation of various outside information and media than profound long-term study on specific species.
Made up of various mini-shows which are very short and all the info is resumed and not expounded upon.
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A fantastic series covering whales and dolphins. Beautifully shot footage that sparkles in high def. I expect nothing less in visual nature quality from BBC. Read morePublished on June 23 2014 by Wonder Woman
Would have been five stars, but where the heck is Stephen Fry? It took me multiple searches to realize that there is a British version and that this is the "import." Boo.Published on June 11 2014 by Blair Saltel