Turtle: The Incredible Journey in 3D
Thursday, November 25 - Sunday, November 28, 2010
This awe-inspiring nature film follows the personal story of a single loggerhead turtle, one of hundreds of adorable, vulnerable babies born in the sands of the Florida coast, as she grows into a strong-willed adult braving the six-thousand mile journey that has been the species’ perilous ritual for millions of years.
Critically acclaimed for visually resplendent nature footage on par with Planet Earth or March of the Penguins, TURTLE features sweeping aerial shots and vast, majestic underwater seascapes that help underscore the epic scope of the journey with a survival adventure as tense as any Hollywood thriller.
- Country UK
- Rating NR
- Year 2009
- Running Time 79 minutes
- Director Nick Stringer
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