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Aquarela documentary reveals water’s raw power in terrifying detail


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Aquarela documentary reveals water’s raw power in terrifying detail

A poetic new film about the weirdness of water is shot at 96 frames per second, a frame rate so high most cinemas can’t show it Environment 15 January 2020 By Simon Ings Greenland’s icebergs are captured in superb detail in AquarelaCourtesy of Sony Pictures ClassicsFilm Aquarela Directed by Victor Kossakovsky WINTER in southern Siberia.…

Aquarela documentary reveals water’s raw power in terrifying detail

A poetic new film about the weirdness of water is shot at 96 frames per second, a frame rate so high most cinemas can’t show it



Environment



15 January 2020

By Simon Ings

Scene from Aquarela

Greenland’s icebergs are captured in superb detail in Aquarela

Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Film

Aquarela


Directed by Victor Kossakovsky

WINTER in southern Siberia. By a long-winded, painstaking method involving levers, ropes and a fair amount of cursing, vehicles that have fallen through the thawing ice of Lake Baikal can be hauled back onto the surface.

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The crew working on Aquarela were filming one such operation when an SUV shot past in a shower of ice, then plunged nose-first into the freezing water, killing one of its occupants.

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