It's Jurassic Park in your Own Backyard

DVD - 2005
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A wordless close-up view of a variety of insects as they hatch from eggs, search for food and cope with a rain storm. Ants race to gather food as a pheasant gobbles them up, while a dung beetle moves his prize up hill and down. Makes use of timelapse and microphotographic techniques.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Miramax Home Entertainment ; Burbank Calif. : Buena Vista Home Video [distributor], ℗2005
ISBN: 9780788850912
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (75 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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rufus_red4 Sep 21, 2015

420 indeed! Get buzzed, kick back and enjoy. Certainly the most artful and beautifully filmed of pseudo insect documentary films. Being the nature doc geek that I am, I'd of appreciated some narration but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

librarylizzard Jul 18, 2015

Some people are captivated by the endless expanse of the universe beyond; far less explore the small worlds under their very feet. This movie (yes, it's French but it's really just film paired with music, no Francais proficiency required) sets out to refocus us on the small yet immensely important things we rarely notice. Insects, amphibians, and all manner of small creatures interact in this artful documentary. You may not come away with any hard facts and figures, but the film speaks for itself. The beauty found in strange things, things often labeled "gross" and "creepy", is staggering. The microcosmos is redeemed!

Jan 29, 2015

420 !!!


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