Dean Miller, a marine biologist specializing in tropical waters and coral reefs, sets sail for the sub-Antarctic, to find life on the tiny Macquarie Island. He is on a scientific expedition to study the return of the almost extinct Antarctic fur seal.
Annoying music almost never ends. During animal noises and waves crashing or mild surf, it's always there. Sadly, this is characteristic of all documentaries, and especially nature ones. There is a real lack of meaningful information on what the life cycles are of the species filmed. No depth.
Wow...the most STUNNING videography I have ever seen. I swear, it was just like being there. Gorgeous scenery. It was quite an experience to tag along with a man that has so much love and passion for his career.
If you enjoy wildlife and natural beauty, you will like this. Near the beginning Jeremy mentions spending savings to buy good video equipment. He does not say how he learned to use the camera gear and to do video editing so well. Despite filming in extreme weather conditions, the results were impressive.
One of the best filmed, edited, and presented low budget nature documentaries you will ever watch. Informative but equally stunning. Appropriate music. Terrific shots. I can't say enough about the all-around quality. Great surprise 5 star film.
I loved Journey to the Edge of Nowhere.... This is one I will watch again, and is one of the best documentaries I've seen. Excellent narration and photography and to think it was taken with new video equipment. Just watch, you won't be disappointed. Well it could have been longer.
Beautifully filmed and narrated in a nicely understated fashion. Very interesting location and not a place I was previously aware of. All the more impressive for the filmaker apparently not being a professional and shooting this alongside his day job. Very happy to have stumbled upon this by chance.