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A 3-D digital exploration of the ocean's depths and its creatures.

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Sea life in a whole new way

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$692,861 (USA) (3 March 2006)

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$46,251,119 (USA) (12 May 2017)
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The ending scene with the Right Whale swimming with scuba divers was actually previous footage Director Howard Hall had filmed well over 10 years before this film, and he is actually the scuba dive that the whale approaches. See more »

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Narration: It's called a proboscis.
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Totally real, but you don't get wet.
6 March 2006 | by (Boston area, USA) – See all my reviews

Even the best of undersea documentaries are still viewed on a screen 50' or more away, not to mention the flat, often grainy screen. "Deep Sea" (3D) shrinks that 50' to a few feet, and in some cases, inches, and brings you scuba-diver-close to crystal clear coral, fish and shellfish, sharks, and even whales.

Undersea images are not just presented to you. You are in their element. You are among them . . .literally surrounded by them. The crystal clear images hovering over the seat in front of you beg you to reach out and touch them. I found myself pointing to small details on coral or fish as my wife and we spoke in awed tones at what we were seeing.

I would think that children would find this easy to take, also. There was a little bit of this-eating-that going on, but nothing really stressful. This is a serious, high quality use of the 3D medium to bring you up close and personal to life in the deep in a way you would never imagine is possible. Bravo!


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