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Moving Art: Flowers (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 2 January 2014
Celebrated filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes viewers on an enchanting journey, unveiling the mysteries and wonders of the natural world as elegant flowers come to life through his stunning time-lapse cinematography.

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Celebrated filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes viewers on an enchanting journey, unveiling the mysteries and wonders of the natural world as elegant flowers come to life through his stunning time-lapse cinematography.

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2 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Two Trees
By Ludovico Einaudi
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Great Time Lapse Work

This was a great film, the cinematography is excellent. I saw it on Netflix and one of the best parts was the sound scoring. The sound score/track is one of the most important part of this series and it really draws you in and puts a lot of passion into Louie's work.

Sadly, when I purchased the blu-ray version of the series all the sound tracks/scoring was different!!!

The series IS NOT the same with the sound scoring used on the blu-ray discs (don't buy them!!).

I'm very disappointed, so if you want to see this, see it on Netflix. I have no idea why there is a difference but the blu-ray scoring completely ruins the experience by using different sound scores.


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