Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth (2015)

Director
Andrew Murray; Dan Rees; Ted Giffords; Renée Godfrey

Main cast
Cillian Murphy

Genres
Documentary

Description
This landmark series explores a vast ocean that stretches nearly 10,000 miles, from Arctic to Antarctic and from sun-drenched tropical reefs to crushing abyssal depths. Over three programmes it reveals the amazing, surprising and resilient inhabitants of the Atlantic, both animals and people, as they pit themselves against the world’s wildest ocean.


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