Monday, June 08, 2009

HOME : Limited Edition!

One thought that stays with me during entire duration of Yann Athus-Bertrand's "HOME" is that if I would have been able to capture even a single snap among innumerable frames in its 93 minute duration, I would consider my life not a near-total waste!

HOME is a spectacular movie, and I think that is understatement of the decade. More beautiful than I ever saw anything on NatGeo or Discovery, this movie shot almost entirely in slow motion and more often than not from very high altitudes gives an amazing view of our home, the earth!

It's about how we have changed the planet in last 40 years. Not going stats-heavy like 'An Inconvenient Truth' but still giving the details about how things are changing and how we may be affected. Often accompanied by very sarcastic (and impressive) quotes and stark comparisons between lifestyles.

One of my most favorite sequences is about Dubai. The camera already perched high, starts from the bottom of a sky scraper and continues to move towards the pinnacle while background score (once again terrific throughout!) reaches a crescendo! Awe inspiring and frightening at the same time.

Watch Home, on YouTube till 14th June. Even if you don't care about planet, may be you will once you realize it is SO beautiful.


Vaibhav said...

ah a .. very nice theme :)

Kanupriya said...

Oh, I think I will must see it now. Me love such films. BTW where did u see it?

Abhishek said...


It has been there for quite some time now. You must visit this blog more often ;)


YouTube :D
But it is available on Torrent's also.

ubuntu said...

Boy .. i loved the template .. where did you get it from ?? . i also want .......

Abhishek said...

Damn you Jolly!!! I thought you loved the movie.
Anyways, this is free template, forgot the site from which I downloaded. Just 'Google' (or 'Bing') a bit!

ubuntu said...

Ok... I got the template as well.
And about the movie , i liked it but looked to me a sequel to "An Inconvenient truth" ;)

Also , if you are interested in such documentaries should watch "Planet Earth" , its awesome.