One Life

One Life
One Life

Year

2011

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English

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This spectacular documentary was made by the BBC but designed to be seen on cinema screens. They're going for the big basics of nature here - how animals feed, breed and survive, from the small (frogs) to the big (elephants), on land, in the sea and in the air. Daniel Craig takes over the narrating duties so often done by David Attenborough in the past, but of course it is the creatures themselves who are the stars and the nature photography is amazing.

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