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La glace et le ciel

La glace et le ciel is a movie starring Claude Lorius, Michel Papineschi, and Jacques-Yves Cousteau. A documentary about global warming.

Other Titles
Entre la glace et le ciel, Antarctica: Ice and Sky, Mellom himmel og is, Ο πάγος και ο ουρανός, Is och himmel, Mellem himmel og is, Zwischen Himmel und Eis, Ég és jég között, Antarctica: Ice & Sky, Buz ve Gökyüzü, Miedzy lodem a niebem, Ice and the Sky
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Adventure, Biography
Luc Jacquet
Luc Jacquet
Claude Lorius, Michel Papineschi, Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about global warming.

Comments about documentary «La glace et le ciel» (28)

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This movie was made to be about a guy who wanted to sell a video of his heroin addiction. His dream was to be able to put his entire life story on film. The idea was quite ambitious, but the end result was not too good. It was all so quiet. You would not know how the director would go about making this documentary. The man really is a wonderful guy, and the idea he had was just the perfect fit for the subject. The result was a small, but very interesting film. I am sure that the man would be very proud of this documentary. It is the first of its kind, but it is not the last.

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Nicholas C.

The movie tells a very interesting story about a young man who is obsessed with the images of naked women and the eroticism of love. The film is a bit confusing in parts, but the whole is worth watching.

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Well, I found the movie boring and uneventful. It was a very long documentary with no big surprises, nothing that I would have enjoyed watching. I did not know what was going to happen next, and I have no idea what was going to happen next. I would not recommend this movie to anybody. I would not even call it a documentary. It is a lot like a book. But the story is very boring and it could have been better. I felt I was watching a very old movie. I am not sure if I missed something important, but it was very difficult to find something interesting. I would not recommend this movie to anyone.

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Julia V.

I was pleasantly surprised to see that this documentary was so well done. It was presented in an interesting way and not as a simple docudrama. The photography was great, and the acting was superb. I was impressed by the story of the documentary and the reason why the French have done a better job of presenting their history than anyone else. I was very impressed by the idea of a documentary that was not about one event, but about many. The documentary is well thought out, and very well done. I look forward to more like this. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to learn about the French culture and history.

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Charles Rogers

The films of Roger Corman are often considered the "man's movie", and the reason for this is simple: he made them himself. Corman's films are extremely self-consciously and consciously un-glamourised, and that's a strength that I admire. He's an individualist and his films are usually un-politicised, very gritty, and very realistic. In the same way, this film is very gritty, but it also has a very "realistic" style. It's a shame that the films of this kind are not very common anymore. If you like movies that are different, if you want to see a man's film, then I highly recommend this film. I have seen a lot of the films of Roger Corman, but this is by far the best I've ever seen.

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When I first heard of this film, I was skeptical. I expected a story that would somehow explain the shocking nature of the human experience. It was in my expectations that the story of a strange woman named Christina metamorphoses into a mysterious woman named Marina. Marina is the lead character in this film, and she's so fascinating, you will find yourself drawn to her. I can't recommend this film enough. I recommend it to anyone who loves a film that explores the human experience. The director, Francois Berleand, does a phenomenal job at doing this. His work is a visual treat and it feels as though he spent a lot of time making it.

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Crystal L.

In 1804, as the French government was waging a war with the Netherlands over the North Sea, the British ship Captain Daniel Burnside sailed into the port of Saint Nazaire, to buy some tobacco. He didn't know that the place was also the site of a beautiful and secluded place. But the place, which was never known as the Smoking Cave of Saint Nazaire, is now the center of a fascinating story. The stories that have been told there over the last half-century are fascinating, and I think this is the most interesting story of all of them. The stories tell of the local fishermen, who are so enamored with the many different types of fish and animals that they throw away a whole day's catch for the chance to catch a certain species. Some of the fishermen, like the one in the film, go to great lengths to find them. They go on long fishing expeditions, and also organize expeditions of their own, such as the one in the film. But in the end, they realize that there's no need for the effort, and their expeditions become mere scavenger hunts. In the end, the documentary-style of the documentary, with its slow motion, and slow voices, makes it a bit boring at times. But overall, I thought that this documentary was really interesting. It has some great stories, and interesting footage of the area, and also has some great interviews with the fishermen. I think that this documentary is a great addition to any one's library.

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Nancy Hart

In a year when there was a spate of documentaries on the new millennium, this is perhaps the best of the lot. The film was made in the early 1990s and focuses on the lives of two women from the former Soviet Union. In both cases, the women are still struggling to find their place in a world where the economy has collapsed and where many of the women are forced to live in very poor conditions. In each case, the women are forced to live in conditions of poverty and in most cases they are victims of domestic violence. As with all documentaries, this is not an easy subject to be examined and this is what makes it such a good film. It is an excellent example of how documentaries can be used to highlight the issues that affect the lives of the poor in a country like the Soviet Union. It also shows the many different ways in which the women have tried to survive in this country. It also gives a good insight into the people who work in the country. It is a good film to see on a rainy day.

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Christina Andrews

This is a good movie. It tells a compelling story of a man's struggle to gain citizenship in Canada. However, the one thing I would have done differently was not to include the famous quote from the movie about Canadian people being afraid of change. I believe that the quote is used to explain that the Canadian people don't know what they're doing. I thought it would be great to see this quote in a different light. I believe that it would have made the movie more entertaining and the subject matter more relevant.

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Anna M.

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I was on my way to a movie in the morning and I was distracted for an hour and a half by this film. The story of the American hostage crisis is based on real events and it's a must see for anyone who is interested in the events. The way the filmmakers put the stories together is amazing and the cinematography is superb. It's not the best film I've ever seen but it's definitely a great documentary.

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Philip L.

A marvelous work from M.S. I didn't know how this film would end, but it did. It's a slow, introspective film that tells the story of what is happening in the African diamond industry. It's a lot like "Frontiere et le ciel" or "Don't look in the mirror and ask what's real" and it's also about how the African diamond industry is an idealistic dream, a dream that is about to come to an end. The whole film is narrated by a journalist from Paris who goes to Africa and works with young children to show them how to make diamonds. She has a sort of sense of realism about her, she never tells her audience that she has been there, she always has some sort of truth in her heart. Her last film is about the African diamond industry, and the last scene in the film is when she is sitting on a hill, thinking about her journey and how she could make a better future for Africa, about how she could see her dreams come true. It's a very touching film. And as a documentary, it's also very informative, the interviewees are all really well educated people and the way the film is shot is amazing. I loved the way it made me feel like I was in Africa, I was very fascinated by the way the camera moved, I felt like I was there. It's an excellent film and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the diamond industry, it's very inspiring. It's a great film, and I would love to see it again, it's a very interesting film. It's a great film.

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Tiffany G.

It is not clear what happened in 1975 to cause the nuns to leave their convent, but the film follows their reclusive ways and the brief life of their son. A year later, after the first family had left, the girls returned to their childhood home and the events that led to their departure are covered in an interview. There are many of the questions that still plague the nuns today, as the film does not attempt to answer them. I found the film to be engaging and informative, and I did not find it to be boring. It is a great film, and it is well worth seeing.

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Emma W.

The first half of the film was really good, really interesting and the second half of the film was really interesting but not that great. There were a few really great ideas that were presented and there was a little bit of a feeling of complete boredom. The story was not very original, but there were some really good scenes that really helped to entertain the audience and the soundtrack was good. Overall, I enjoyed the film, but the second half of the film wasn't that good.

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Donna Aguilar

This is a fascinating documentary on the activities of the French Wachowski brothers in their youth and their growing up. It is in many ways similar to the documentary "My Beautiful Launderette" which also covered their early life, but also has a more personal and personal tone. This documentary also goes into the Wachowski brothers' business, but also the events that led to the making of the Matrix trilogy. It is also a fascinating look at what some people think of the Wachowski brothers, and the effect it has had on their lives. This documentary is definitely worth a watch. It is also very interesting to see the early work of the Wachowski brothers, such as the "Matrix" trilogy.

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Joan H.

If you're like me and you want to learn a little about the French culture, you'll probably enjoy this movie. It's a little slow to get going, but once it gets going, it really starts to roll. If you have the time, you should check it out. I was surprised at how much I liked this movie, especially considering I wasn't familiar with the French culture.

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Paul Hawkins

The film is an excellent look at the world of cycling. It is a good story about a man who came to France in search of his lost love and found her in a small village. He became a cyclist and was an inspiration to many. The film is narrated by the man himself. The story is told in a way that is very realistic and is very much like the way that he lived his life. He had to deal with a lot of problems and problems that he couldn't understand. He just kept on living and riding his bike. The film is also very realistic in the way that it shows the difficulties that he faced. The film shows how his life turned out. It is a very interesting story about a man who found love in a small village and lived his life as a cycling legend. I think that this film is a must see for anyone who loves cycling. It is a very good film about a man who lived a life of cycling and was an inspiration to many.

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Christine Harris

All the action on the news, all the rumors and all the intrigue of the French Presidential campaign is presented in this movie. It is a beautiful work of art, the truth is presented in a beautiful way. The cinematography is spectacular, as always, and it is a little bit like a film of the American West in terms of the landscapes. If you like film, you should see this movie.

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Alan Burke

I had the opportunity to view this film at the San Francisco International Film Festival. It is a fantastic documentary, and the best film I have seen in years. It is about the connection between people and nature, and the efforts to preserve the beauty of the natural world. The film is very well-made and the interviews with experts are very informative. I especially liked the way they were able to capture the beauty of the sea, the wind, and the beauty of the forest. The director is a naturalist, and he has a gift for capturing the essence of the natural world. The film is very well-made, and the quality of the footage is incredible. It is also very well-edited, and the director is very patient with the interviews. The film is a beautiful portrait of the natural world, and it is a very well-made film. It is a beautiful film, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys nature documentaries.

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Madison C.

The First Voyage of the Starship Columbia is an interesting documentary about the life of a 1930s "American dream" that seemed to be forever before it started to crack. The film is divided into two parts: the first one about the period in which it was created and the second about the one that was created as it was still active in the mid-1930s. The film begins with the creation of the spaceship and ends with its journey to the stars. This documentary is an interesting and engaging one. It's one of the better ones that I have seen about this subject. The film begins with interviews with some of the creators of the spaceship. There's also some great insights into the period, as well as a glimpse into the lives of the people who worked on it. This is a great documentary for anyone interested in the subject. There's a lot of interesting stuff to take away from this film, especially if you're into the time period. It's well worth watching.

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Kathy Barnes

The movie is really great and the ideas and arguments presented are brilliant. I think this is a great film and it will stay in my memory forever.

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While the basic premise of the movie is good, the presentation and storytelling are too long. There is no 'sub' narrative. It is more like an extended interview with a single person. There are several points where you can see what was said and heard, but you can't get a full understanding of what was said. As a result, there is no sense of continuity, and the movie drags on longer than it should. In addition, the film suffers from an excess of slow motion scenes, and some of the imagery is difficult to watch. Finally, the director seems to be a bit too much of a cynic for his own good. The movie is a great look at the French fashion industry, but it is far too long.

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This documentary follows the life of the writer Francois Truffaut, who made a series of films between 1962 and 1974. The films, such as "The 40-Year-Old Virgin", "Strictly Ballroom", "Four Weddings and a Funeral", and "Le Dernier Fugue", were all the product of Truffaut's creativity and strong will. In one of his last films, "The 48-Hour Rule", Truffaut's dedication to his creative output was shown through the use of re-enactments and short movies. In this documentary, Truffaut speaks about the direction of his films, his creative process, and his relationship with the director Jean-Luc Godard. He also discusses his approach to directing, as well as his relationship with Godard. The interviews, both on the set and in the editing room, are fascinating and fascinating to watch. Truffaut speaks about his films, the subjects he chooses, and the direction he goes in. It is interesting to see Truffaut in the editing room, because he has such a strong vision and the ability to control what he does in his films. The film has a good mix of the mundane and the surreal, and it is a treat to watch the editing process. Truffaut speaks about the process of writing, editing, and directing, and it is interesting to hear about the process of making a film. The film is not very entertaining, but the conversation between Truffaut and Godard are fascinating. Truffaut and Godard discuss a lot of interesting topics, including Truffaut's relationship with Godard, Godard's relationship with Truffaut, and Truffaut's attitude towards Godard's films. The film is well worth seeing.

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George Mendez

All the actors who have participated in this documentary, plus the people who created the paintings, speak candidly about their artistic process, which was, by and large, an absolute non-violent and non-conformist one. They are very good at capturing the exact moment when they started painting, and the paintings they created. The best part of the documentary is its ability to reflect on the reactions of others who watched it. This is especially true of the painter's wife, who clearly does not like the film. It is obvious that the viewer, or someone in the audience, is just too close to the artist to feel any sympathy for him or her. This may be an indication of how fragile art really is. However, this does not necessarily mean that people should not watch the documentary, or should not respect the artist. It may be because they just don't understand the artistic process. This is also why I would recommend this film for people who want to be educated about the art and history of art. It will provide them with a better understanding of the process of creating a painting. It will also give them an idea of what artists do and why they do it.

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Danielle Payne

On this day in 2003, a record nine people were killed in the Spanish air disaster. This film tells the story of a group of air traffic controllers, who make their living by helping to monitor the flights of airplanes that are heading to or from various cities. The crew of the aircraft (all of them have a different accent) are tasked with keeping the plane safely in the air. The plane that they are on is a Piper Cherokee, which has already taken off from Spain and headed for San Francisco. The plane is carrying, among others, the president of Spain and his wife. This film tells the story of the lives of these people, and the crew that they work for. A film of great beauty, this is a film that will stay with you for a long time.

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The documentary focuses on the life of a real-life millionaire, Philippe de Gaynes, who was born in 1809 and lived to the age of 60. The story of the man's life is told through the eyes of his wife, Isabelle de Gaynes, who had been married to the man for 40 years. The documentary shows the couple's home, as well as a number of their homes, and the collection of their art and furniture. The documentary also shows the couple's love for the arts, and their involvement in a number of cultural events, including the opening of a museum in Paris, and the performance of their opera, "Les Quatre Cotes". The documentary is well-filmed, with a great deal of music, and it shows the couple's love for music. The documentary is also very well-done, with a great deal of interviews with people who know the couple, and the couple themselves. It is interesting to see the couple's relationship, and their love for music. It is also interesting to see how the couple's love for music has influenced their life. The documentary is well-made, and it is well-acted. The documentary is also well-edited, and it is very well-edited. Overall, I recommend this documentary to anyone who has a passion for music. It is well-made, well-acted, and it is well-edited. 8/10

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Donna Jacobs

A great film for anyone interested in the history of the U.S.A. The story of how the first big cotton harvest in the U.S.A. happened is an interesting one. The film does a good job at explaining the history of the cotton industry, and the various political and economic factors that influenced the U.S.A. cotton industry. The movie also includes a lot of interviews with people involved in the cotton industry. There is also a lot of great footage of the early years of the cotton industry, and of the growing of the cotton crop. I highly recommend this movie to anyone interested in the history of the U.S.A. - it is a very interesting movie.

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Peter M.

I was very much looking forward to this documentary, as I am a fan of the singer, and also have been a fan of his music since I was a teenager. I have to admit, I was not impressed with the documentary, but I was expecting a more balanced view of his life. It was not that way. In the documentary, he seems to be on the verge of depression, and seems to have lost his drive, his drive to be the best. I think he was suffering from a lack of inspiration and motivation, and it seemed to be affecting his music. In the end, the documentary seems to be a look back at his life from his perspective, which is fine, but it seems to be more about his life than the music. In the end, I found the documentary to be very superficial, and the focus on his life and his music seemed to be a bit too much. I don't know if it was his illness or the documentary, but I didn't really like it. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of his music or his life, but it isn't the best documentary I have ever seen.

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I saw this film at a film festival in Montreal and was blown away by the honesty of the filmmaker. He spoke openly about the negative effects of the war and how the film was made in the same spirit as the veterans who were involved. This film is a must see for all those who care about the real story of the war and the people who lived through it. It's one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time and I hope that more people will see it.