Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures come to life with the voice of Morgan Freeman
The deep voice of Morgan Freeman guides viewers on a journey back in time, specifically, to the time when dinosaurs and other contemporary species still lived. “An epic battle to conquer and survive on planet Earth.” Netflix has released the official trailer for its next nature documentary series, Life on our planet (Life on our planet). Divided into eight episodes, this production explores the critical moments that triggered the extinction of thousands of species.
The synopsis states: “Today there are 20 million species on our planet, however, what we see is only a snapshot in time: 99% of Earth's inhabitants are lost in our deep past.” Through visual effects, the docuseries will bring dinosaurs, mammoths and predators with sharp teeth to the small screen in impressive recreations.
The legendary Industrial Light and Magic studio, founded by George Lucas for the first trilogy Star Wars, is in charge of the animations and dramatized scenes with an impeccable realistic appearance. The visual proposal that is already evident in the trailer generates expectations. “This is the story of the great battles for survival and the dynasties that took over the world. From the origin of the planet to the present, this is the story of life on our planet,” says Freeman as narrator.
Steven Spielbergfilmmaker who excited generations with the franchise jurassic park, is one of the executive producers of this ambitious documentary. He is also joined by the Emmy-winning team that produced the acclaimed Our Planet by David Attenborough.
According to Vanity Fair, the series will address five global extinction events and explain how they are linked to the current climate change phenomenon. It is a dramatic story of life and death, but also of adaptation and evolution. “It is very important to say that extinction episodes should not necessarily be considered catastrophes. They are clearly disasters for those animals that become extinct in the process, but in the history of the evolution of life, there are winners and losers,” commented Alastair Fothergill, one of the producers with extensive experience as a nature documentary filmmaker.
In the dynamics between species, it has been observed that the largest and most powerful individuals tend to exert dominance over the smallest ones. However, in the case of extinctions, there is an important twist that will lead us to reflect on what will happen in a potential sixth crisis unleashed by human activity. “If we look at each of these moments, there is one thing that unites them: the dominant species that enters, never survives.”
Life on our planet, eight-episode documentary, will be available on Netflix on October 25.
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