Sep 26 - Sep 28, 2008
Directed by Werner Herzog
Rated G, 100 min.
Underwritten by University of Utah Continuing Education & A. Flint Decker of Prudential Utah Real Estate
Werner Herzog, director of the acclaimed documentary Grizzly Man, offers his unique perspective on the South Pole in this film profiling the Antarctic community of McMurdo Station. Whether offering a detailed study of the unique survival training regimen that newcomers to McMurdo are obligated to endure or pondering the majestic beauty of a landscape where the discovery of three new species in a single day is normal, Herzog boldly offers viewers the opportunity to visit one of the most inaccessible and awe-inspiring landscapes on the planet.
Hauntingly beautiful. - The New York Times
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