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Gorillas - From the Heart of Darkness
Gorillas - From the Heart of Darkness
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Format: DVD
Run Time: 0hr 50min
Number of Discs: 1
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Movie Reviews

National Geographic Special Revisits the Silverback!
Gandalf | U.S.A | 05/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One man's facinating story... Romain Baertsoen arrived in Rwanda 40 years ago. His incredible footage includes proof that gorillas can use sign language, rare glimpses of native tribal life, and an actual erupting volcano. Don't miss this one! Baertsoen's work confirm's and colaborates many of Jane Goodall's theories, and ideas. Gorillas from the Heart of Darkness is an interesting, and important DVD documentary!"
Partly blurred movie with too little gorillas
Erwino Ouwerkerk | Netherlands | 02/23/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I loved the intimate view in gorllialife. I was stunned however to see that about a tenth of the movie has been blurred. All the nude parts of people apart from their heads and everything around it were blurred. It says on the cover: 'Contains scenes of tribal nudity.' It should have said: 'Contains a lot of vague scenes.' It's shocking to find that Americans (I bought it here on Amazon) are willing to damage a piece of art because people in it are shown the way they are born. After a while your eyes get so confused that you keep seeing the blur after it's gone. What a stupidity.
That and the fact that the gorillas are too little to be seen in this movie (because it's combined with images of lots of people, vulcano's, landscape, other animals etc) spoils it a lot."