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After several long days at sea, the ship's crew encounter an increasingly large number of drifting icebergs. The sky, the air and the water are so pure that they  seem to defy reason. No room for doubt - they are approaching the French Dumont d'Urville scientific base in Terre Adélie, Antarctica. 
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Diana Hebden14 hrs ago
I love the natural sounds and gentle fading out of one sequence and fading into another one. I'd love just one seemless film to see even more of the minute details of being there. Maybe some would think that may be too boring but I'm just enjoying one scene when it switched to another. Great film and commentary.
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Marco Maggio5 mons ago
if i could go there, i would forget about everything and just be myself
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vr360bln10 mons ago
great! comes great on oculus rift...if you like check out the Ecuador 360 3D series we just started: https://veer.tv/collections/ecuador-experience-360-3d-vr360berlin-de-_xraa66cpuk7yka0lstubsrbzxg
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Dan King10 mons ago
When the boat hit the ice! Sweet! And the views ... great film!
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ARTE360 VR10 mons ago
@missgrande. This is Antarctica
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Sylwia 22111 mons ago
It feels like paradise here
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missgrande.11 mons ago
Does this belong to the Arctic or the Antarctic?
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Feather Tail11 mons ago
This is the first time I heard the penguin cry, so strange.
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Carley Lynch11 mons ago
Did you really see so many penguins ?
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Is there a polar bear here?
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