September

MICROCOSMOS (1996)

MICROCOSMOS

The Top Documentary films site describes this film as follows: “Utilizing special macroscopic photographic techniques, filmmakers Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou created this fascinating and visually spectacular look at the hidden worlds in the life cycle of an ordinary meadow in France. When seen through the lens of Nuridsany and Perennou’s cameras, insects become gigantic beasts, blades of grass turn into towering monuments, and raindrops form puddles that resemble vast oceans.”

Mr. M saw this film when it was released back in 1996…it’s a wonderful look into worlds that we walk by (and on!) almost every single day.

Most importantly, you can watch it legally for free (streaming video, good quality) by clicking HERE.  Enjoy!

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