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DVD Documentary: HOME

DVD Documentary: HOME - Earth, Like You Never Seen It Before

HOME is an innovative film and environmental experience. The purpose of this film is to raise the idea with us on earth and how we can preserve it. Home is an invitation for viewers to discover its riches, while making us an overview of our environment and social issues. And not least is the Home a breathtaking and totally innovative way of doing and experiencing film. It is the first film ever to be entirely filmed from above which makes it a unique cineastisk experience. The innovative filming and the suggestive cut accompanied ambience of Budapest Symphony Orchestra and Shanghai Percussion Ensemble and Glenn Close calm narration.

One of the men behind HOME is the multi-award winning director, producer and writer Luc Besson. Along with filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand and fashion entrepreneur Francois-Henri Pinault has funded HOME shows us the earth and its riches in a way never before seen.
- I have always loved our planet and tried to show the audience the most amazing aspects through my films, including "The Big Blue" and "Atlantis". It was therefore quite natural for me to do this magnificent film project together with Yann, says Luc Besson.

Our Earth filmed only from above
Yann Arthus-Betrand has made himself famous by his very special way to shoot from above, mainly by the book "Earth From Above".
- This film has been in my head for 15 years. I want to share my experiences for anything I've seen while I was flying over the earth's surface. I want the movie to be magnificent and at the same time intelligent, but most of all constructive. For example, it is important that we not only focus on the 50% of rainforest devastated away, but see the 50% of the rain forest is left and how to take advantage of the best. Today there are over 6 billion intelligent people on earth who can make a difference. Throughout the film, I would engage the audience and that we all do something by our own ability, says Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Across the globe
HOME was filmed at 120 locations in 54 countries. 500 film in 733 hours of videotape, film 218 days divided into 18 months. The film is distributed in 87 countries and translated into 14 languages. On 25 November will be released on DVD and Blu Ray in Sweden

Region: 2 / PAL
Language: Swedish, English 
Subtitles: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish
Number of discs: 1
Soundformat: Dolby Digital 2.0
Picture: 1.78:1 Widescreen Anamorphic 
Length: 1h 30min
Productionyear: 2009
Producer: Luc Besson

Dieses Produkt haben wir am Tuesday, 15. November 2011 in unseren Katalog aufgenommen.
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