|aThis last film takes us to the undersea world of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Once again, thanks to lights specially conceived for this film, a magical world appears before our eyes. We observe animals such as the delicate nautilus veritable living fossil, who, each night, swims up from more than 800 meters of ocean depth to feed. Suddenly, we see the white-tip sharks. It's too late. They are the uncontested masters of the reef, their preferred hunting ground. Look, it's a parrotfish who has developed an impenetrable defense: it weaves a cocoon of mucus that efficiently protects it from predators during its dormancy. And, during a full moon, it's the magic of the abyssal zones: the cord, all together, will release their eggs, which rise gracefully in the water like so much snow. Thus, throughout this underwater voyage, will we live intense and often curious moments.
|aIn English with optional English and Chinese subtitles.