Rated NR

More than 400 people flew in planes, gliders, helicopters and hot air balloons over 40 countries during the past several years in order to capture the majestic flights of various birds in this awe-inspiring, Oscar-nominated documentary. From the Arctic to the Amazon, geese, cranes and pelicans fly thousands of miles each year while periodically stopping to engage in playful Nutcracker-like dances, unique courting rituals and predatory feeding habits. Although the minimal narration and sparse captions have little educational value, the amazing close-up and sweeping aerial shots of these feathered fowls will take your breath away.


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