The Faces of Earth is a four-part exploration of the Earth's dynamic systems and our connection to them. The planet we live on is a complex system of elements, processes, and interactions ... See full summary »
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The Faces of Earth is a four-part exploration of the Earth's dynamic systems and our connection to them. The planet we live on is a complex system of elements, processes, and interactions that, over the vast expanses of geologic time, have produced the world we know today. The key to understanding Earth is that our planet has not always been like it is today, nor will it remain so in the future; in fact, the only constant on Earth is change.

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2007 (USA) See more »

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A Föld, ahogy még sosem láttad See more »

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Technically superb - but a STINKEROO nonetheless
30 August 2008 | by nycruise-1See all my reviews

When are producers of geologic movies going to understand that having scientists speak on- camera about all the "awesome, cool" aspects of earth science is BORING.

When are said producers going to understand that all that animation is pointless if it's not explained correctly and visually?

AND - when is the entire video/geology community finally going to get past the idea that an asteroid is responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs???

"Faces of Earth" is a classic case of what happens when producers have too much money but too little insight into the subject they are presenting.

This subject matter can be very compelling when presented in the right way - but - so far - NO ONE HAS GOTTEN IT RIGHT.


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