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Africa's Elephant Kingdom
Shot over a period of six months, this 40-minute\nfilm covers the journey of an elephant family through seasons of devastating drought to torrential rain, back to peaceful plains again. Avery Brooks,... View more >
Starring Avery Brooks
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Jan 25, 2000
Very interesting nature film. The close-up photography alone makes this movie worth seeing. Educational, too.
Jan 25, 2000
One thing that really puts Imax above other cinemas is the feeling of you really being there.After all with surround sound, a six story high screen and a movie image that is projected nearly 270 degrees, it is really hard not to dive right into the scenario. And mix that with one of the most beautifully shot scenes in the African Heartland of the African Kingdom, you have sure got a winner. Informative, thought provoking and certainly engrossing, this movie is much more than mere entertainment. It is a ticket to see the Elephants up close and personel, to see them as living beings like the rest of us. For some of us who cannot as yet afford to travel to Kenya...this is a great way to be there. The magic this movie works on you would make you want to go to Imax time and time again!
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