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(613) 6.9 89 min 2015

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

Michel Papineschi, Claude Lorius, Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Biography, Adventure, Documentary
Luc Jacquet

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Adventure, Documentary
Director Luc Jacquet
Writer Luc Jacquet
Stars Michel Papineschi, Claude Lorius, Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Country France
Also Known As Mellem himmel og is, Ο πάγος και ο ουρανός, Antarctica: Ice & Sky, Entre la glace et le ciel, Buz ve Gökyüzü, Mellom himmel og is, Antarctica: Ice and Sky, Ég és jég között, Ice and the Sky, Miedzy lodem a niebem, Is och himmel, Zwischen Himmel und Eis
Runtime 1H 29M
Description A documentary about global warming.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 01:27

It's only in the last few years that film makers have become able to tell a story that has the power to touch the viewer. Take a film like "Shutter Island" (2012), "The Emperor's New Clothes" (2008), or "The Rules of Attraction" (2000). These films dealt with modern relationships, the pressures and pressures of aging, and how to deal with people you love. The films are compelling, and there's no denying that they deal with difficult topics. What makes these films so powerful is that they explore the emotions that real people experience when faced with a crisis. A lot of film-makers, and writers, have taken a "hey, let's put a bunch of people in a situation and see what happens" approach. "Before Midnight" has a similar approach to film-making, but for a different reason. "Before Midnight" doesn't make you feel good. Instead, the film is a touching drama that makes you feel bad. It tells the story of a young man named Adrien Brody (played by Jake Gyllenhaal), who has been a single father and has been married three times. The movie centers on his relationship with his daughter, Ellie (played by Kate Winslet), and his relationship with his wife, Lorraine (played by Marion Cotillard). He's a guy who knows what he's worth, but has trouble adjusting to life with a new job, a wife who doesn't know what to make of him, and a daughter who's not there for him. The film is powerful because it's not about Adrien Brody. It's about his family, and how they are dealing with the realities of life. It's about the sacrifice of love and the sacrifices of love. I think the film's purpose is to show how important family is, and how important love is. Jake Gyllenhaal plays the role of Adrien Brody with great talent. Jake has a beautiful, and complex, voice. He knows how to convey the feelings he's feeling, and he's very sensitive to the emotions of others. He makes us feel his pain and his loss, and he makes us feel his love. Jake Gyllenhaal is one of the best actors out there. He's versatile. He can play many roles, and he's really good at it. He can play a sensitive man, a brooding guy, a wisecracking guy, or a controlling guy. Jake has a great range. His performance is full of emotion, and he has great depth. His character is not like the other guys, he's not a guy you'd expect to be the one who falls in love with. He's someone you don't expect to fall in love with, and that's what makes this film so powerful. The other performances are great, too. Marion Cotillard plays a wonderful role as Lorraine. She's a very wise and interesting character, and she gives a great performance. She's been in several films, and she's one of the
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 21:48

I'm going to have to say this first: my first impression of the film was how unrealistic it sounded. But after I read the film's synopsis, I was surprised to see the incredibly detailed and engaging nature of the film. And, I also really appreciated the fact that the film was able to tell the story so eloquently. All the details that make up the story, all the little details that add up to the bigger picture, are absolutely outstanding. They're like the air you breathe. It was very moving. I also thought that the documentary structure was very well done. The film covers the various aspects of both the girl's and the old man's life together. It follows the girl's life through the fall of communism, the fall of communism and the various ways she's been able to use the internet to communicate with other people in a way that she's never been able to before. It's interesting to see the more humorous side of her life and how she relates to the other people in her life. It was also interesting to see the old man's life through the fall of communism and the fall of communism. There were a couple of issues that the film doesn't address (like how the two people's lives were connected by the internet, and what would happen if the girl's and the old man's lives got separated), but overall it's an incredibly powerful film that I'm sure will be remembered for many years to come. The film is very well-made. There's a lot of emotion in the film and there are a lot of scenes that are very moving. I'd say the film is the most important documentary that I've seen in a very long time.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 16:22

Monsieur Philippe Debbouze, who spent three days in front of the camera in 2006, "L'inconnu du paradis" ("The Face of Hope"), has just returned from France with an interesting documentary. He is not a journalist. He is a documentary filmmaker. This is a deeply moving documentary about a French surgeon, Philippe Debbouze, who refused to give up his life as a doctor after his wife was killed in a car accident. He took a gamble and found himself in front of a camera. Philippe and his wife Isabelle, his mother, all went to a hospital to have their names added to the list of the people who died in the 'accident' (I think it was a helicopter) and they were there to talk about the terrible tragedy. This film is a great documentary, not only because of the courage of the surgeon, but also because of the documentary filmmaker. It is clear that he was at the very center of the French media, not just in France, but in the entire world. The story of the doctor's struggle with the media was very interesting, and his willingness to tell his story on the camera, which many people wanted to see, was really powerful. He could have made the film much longer. The "I am Philippe Debbouze" movie also features some of the people who worked with him at the hospital, and it is very interesting to see what they said about him. It was great to see the "last days" of a famous French surgeon who has given his life to medicine and to patients, and of the people who lost their loved ones in the 'accident'. The film really goes into the details of the man's life, his family and his work, and also gives us an insight into the media reaction. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about Philippe Debbouze. Also, I recommend the "Jean Yves Thibault" movie, which also follows the surgeon. I will certainly see both of these films, because they are very different from the others, and I will definitely be able to recommend them to friends. The "L'inconnu du paradis" is a must-see for anyone interested in the media and the history of France.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 03:47

This is a documentary about how our food system has been hijacked by a few big corporations who have been able to extract more profit from each of us by getting the government to approve genetically modified foods, and even have been able to manipulate the regulations so that they can keep the price of GMO products artificially high and make it difficult for farmers to sell their crops. The stories of these people who have had their lives disrupted by the GMO industry are harrowing. The filmmakers have the courage to take their message directly to the people and present it in a way that we can all understand. These are people who have been injured, hurt, or killed by these products, and they have been able to get justice through the court system. The documentary is able to show the reasons that these companies have been able to exert so much power over our lives. It is shocking to see how much money they have been able to get from government agencies to do this. It is also very clear that these companies are not interested in what the people want, and are not interested in the truth. The documentary does not present any bias. It presents the facts as they are, and it never tries to manipulate the audience. The interviews are insightful and important. The film makes a powerful statement about the impact of GMO products and the extent to which they have taken over our lives. It does not present a pro-GMO or anti-GMO point of view. This is an important documentary that is worth watching.

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