Director: Philip Hamilton
Plot: Ocean Souls is an emotive and inspiring cetaceans’ documentary, showing possibly the largest diversity ever seen on film. Join us as we explore the remarkable lives of these magnificent ocean souls.
Runtime: 58 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Ocean Souls starts as we see the different cetaceans’ around the world, seeing how the study saw how they are being studied, learning more about their connections to each other and other species in the oceans.
We dive into the beauty of the world they live in, learn how times have been changing to improve the environment for the creatures of the ocean.
Thoughts on Ocean Souls
Thoughts – Ocean Souls is a documentary exploring the world of the cetaceans showing the beauty they are drifting through the oceans, learning how they have continued to survive, while finding calmer conditions despite human interference. This is a short documentary and anyone who has been watching the nature documentary for years, you will enjoy this one, it will bring yet another perspective of what it is like in the wide-open ocean. The fact that we learn about different cultures involvement in making the creatures lives better with their connections to them is brilliant to see.
Final Thoughts – Ocean Souls is a beautiful peaceful documentary, showing the calm, majestic lives of the sea cetaceans.