In this expansive documentary, the HMS Beagle once again sets sail as it retraces Charles Darwin's voyage in lavish detail, examining his findings and remarkable conclusion—and their implications in the light of modern knowledge.
Filmed in South America, United Kingdom, North America, Australia, and Europe. Features dramatic period recreations and stunning nature cinematography, all interwoven with scholars, scientists, and Darwin experts who share differing perspectives on the man and the controversy he stirred.
- The "making of" The Voyage
- Extended interviews
- Subtitles in 23 languages including: English, Albanian, Afrikaans, Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Urdu, and Vietnamese.
En 1831 un joven científico para amateurs, Charles Darwin, abordar el Beagle de SM en un viaje de cinco años épico de descubrimiento que sacudiría el mundo.
En este documental expansivo el Beagle de SM una vez otra vez conjuntos navegan como traza de nuevo el viaje de Charles Darwin en el detalle fastuoso, examinando sus conclusiones y conclusión notable - y sus implicaciones a la luz del conocimiento moderno.
Filmado en Sudamérica, Reino Unido, Norteamérica, Australia y Europa. Representa recreaciones de período de dramtic y cinematografía imponente de naturaleza, todo entretejido con eruditos, los científicos y expertos de Darwin que comparten perspectivas diferentes en el hombre y la controversia que batió.
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Historical with Extended Interviews
This video demonstrates that Darwin relied heavily on information from controversial philosophers current in his time and that their methods of critical thinking were applied to his own assimilation of information. In other words he was infuenced in ways which colored everything he saw. This is not an entertaining lively production nor is it boring but full of details and beautiful on site filming. Younger viewers would probably loose interest unless presented in a classroom environment with supporting motivational material but would be very good to watch before going to a National Park or Visitors Center where young people are overwhelmed by information in support of evolution as fact rather than fiction. Many special features included which added to understanding why Darwin may have thought the way he did. Appreciate that this documentary was presented in a fair and non-critical but transparent view of the Darwins conclusions and the problems with his conclusions included. Provocative and thought provoking, interesting but not engaging. Still, helpful points made not found elsewhere in reading material or films. We will watch it again and share with others.