BBC Earth has managed to make what has come to be seen as commonplace something rather spectacular. Indeed, One Life, a documentary that amalgamates much incredible footage tell a simple story of the connectivity of the natural world, is a stunning spectacle. It is equally astounding to watch nature unfold before one’s eyes, as well as to contemplate the painstaking dedication and ingenuity it took to capture such scenes. These commendable filmmakers have captured, among other amazing feats, closeups of a tadpole’s mouth, a Komodo Dragon feast, a Frigate bird air attack, an ibex chase, and prowling Cheetahs; all of which should be seen to be appreciated. The film is simply astounding.
Please read my entire review of the film at Scene Creek.