Genesis

Genesis

Genesis

  Increasing vitamin C crystals at the beginning and thus equal to the initial hypnotic images in an unusual film. After microcosm, Winged Migration and Deep Blue might have been assumed to nature photography in the cinema have already seen the most spectacular. Well, that it is not so, because Genesis surprised with never before seen photographs and impressions.

That could have go wrong. For in this film is about nothing less than “the big picture”: the universe, time, love, birth and death. So, at the origin of all being, of our own existence and our relationship to the world. To underscore this high demand on their own endeavors, chosen by the directors Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou for a shaman who has something of a storyteller and a magician, a wise African man, which tells of the creation of this world and with great imagery connections between the things produced. A bit of ethno-kitsch and hocus pocus is in play when the Shaman is effectively a match ignites, or throwing dust with great symbolism to describe further the mysteries of life and the earth. A dramaturgical teacher means something, that actually, except that it certainly serves the cohesion of the film is so questionable, because the great pictures enough to speak for themselves and an exclusive follow-up of impressions from the off for an adult audience (to which this Film particular uses) would be sufficient.

Whether, for example, the juxtaposition of baby crocodile and baby humans, the combination of smoke and jellyfish), very impressive observation of the “Mudskipper” (a walking fish, a mud coming from the bullfrog or the dance of love The Seahorses (among others was filmed on the Galapagos Islands, in Polynesia, Iceland and Madagascar): many in this new intensity in the cinema and the message of the movie that all existing life is united in love with each other, can actually first hand experience in this dimension and feel. Nuridsany and Pérennou that while most strange, rarely looked in the ordinary sense rather than “ugly” species to be classified in a spectacular scene and put it through close ups and long shots “could be human,” is the special merit of this colorful, organic experience. Genesis: a poetic journey through the magical world of this earth, a film that keeps one’s limitations and the ignorance of human thinking in mind.

Title: Genesis Country of production: France Year of production: 2003 Length: 80 (Min) of material: (# ) Senator

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