Seasons

Theatrical Release: November 25, 2016
DVD Release: February 20, 2017
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Synopsis

Experience an alternative history of the natural world from the Ice Age to the present day through stunning, experiential footage of animals in the wild. From the directors of “Winged Migration” and “Oceans”.

Dove Review

“Seasons” is a French documentary with English subtitles that tells the story of the changes of the earth through animals over thousands of years. It starts with the bitter cold of the animals in the snow-laden earth, then to new beginnings of the melting ice and crashing of ice cliffs into the ocean. Nature comes alive with new births of deer and wolves. Viewers are treated to birds feeding their young and the variety of young animals in nature. Then off to the pesky flies of summer that irritate buffalo, horses and other animals of the forest.

This film captures the movements, battles, and survival of many animals such as elk, moose, geese, cranes, frogs and even bugs. But the importance of the effect of humans as they populate the forest and take over the animals’ natural habitats is underscored as the animals migrate to higher safer areas to protect themselves.

It is an environmental history tracing the changes in the world from thousands of years ago to modern days. We award the Dove Family-Approved Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None.
Language: None.
Violence: Animals fighting, predators of animals.
Drugs: None.
Nudity: None.
Other: A doe giving birth.

Info

Company: Music Box Films
Director: Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Narrated by: Jacques Perrin
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe