Documentaire Méditerranée notre mer à tous
  • Documentaire Méditerranée notre mer à tous

Mediterranean our sea to all

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Form ratio: 1.77: 1 Rated: All audiences Director: Michael Pitiot, Yann Arthus-Bertrand Format: Color, Cinemascope Duration: 1 hour and 25 minutes Release date: July 1, 2014 Language: Arabic (DTS 5.1), English (DTS 5.1), French (DTS-HD 5.1) Studio: Universal Pictures France Number of discs: 1,100% French (no import)

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It's a huge trip, very close to you. It's our story From Marseille to Tangier, from Alexandria to Rome, from Barcelona to Jerusalem, from the scorching deserts to the cicadas of the Garrigues ¦ Look, it's our common good! In 2025, we will be 637 million around the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean is much more than a sea. It is a region which has seen the growth of human civilizations. With her, man imagined agriculture, commerce, thought about democracy and wrote the pages of the major religions of the planet. The Mediterranean today also has 427 million inhabitants and 24 countries. And yet ¦ it seems that we only see from this part of the world its repeated wars and crises. Have we forgotten what the Mediterranean means? Have we forgotten how much our own history is linked to this region? To reconnect with this fascinating region, you have to gain height. This is the gamble of this film, shot entirely from the air under the direction of Yann Arthus-Bertrand. For the first time, the Mediterranean is seen from the sky, even in its most inaccessible countries such as Libya, Lebanon, Egypt or Algeria. And this journey through geography, history and the natural world sketches a message. That of a sea with a unique destiny, this Mare Nostrum, our common sea, which we call the Mediterranean. the Mediterranean is seen from the sky, even in its most inaccessible countries such as Libya, Lebanon, Egypt or Algeria. And this journey through geography, history and the natural world sketches a message. That of a sea with a unique destiny, this Mare Nostrum, our common sea, which we call the Mediterranean. the Mediterranean is seen from the sky, even in its most inaccessible countries such as Libya, Lebanon, Egypt or Algeria. And this journey through geography, history and the natural world sketches a message. That of a sea with a unique destiny, this Mare Nostrum, our common sea, which we call the Mediterranean.

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