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BBC is known for it's high value nature documentaries, but this one really drops the ball. While the visuals are stunning, the use of obtrusive music makes this feel like a joke. The creators have decided to add pop songs, carnival music and goofy tunes on top of the imagery.
The theme of the two-part series is the mating rituals, movement and dancing of different species. I suppose the subject matter of mating still needs to be fed to us via humor in an attempt to avoid awkwardness and embarrassment.
It does not work and feels very cringey. I hope in future versions the music will be changed to give the dignity back to this otherwise fine documentary.
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