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by Michael Gunton, Martha Holmes


In this cinema adaptation of the BBC TV series 'Life, One Life' documents the survival strategies of various animal species using spectacular images. From the carefully prepared birth of small octopuses to the sophisticated foraging methods employed by the capuchin monkey, filmmakers manage to capture critical moments in the lives of a stunning variety of animals, using the latest equipment and an inexhaustible amount of patience.

international title: One Life
original title: One Life
country: United Kingdom
year: 2011
genre: documentary
directed by: Michael Gunton, Martha Holmes
film run: 85'
release date: IE 22/07/2011, NL 01/12/2011, BE 18/01/2012, DE 15/03/2012, EE 17/08/2012, PT 20/09/2012, IT 19/11/2012
screenplay: Michael Gunton, Martha Holmes
cinematography by: Hugh Miller
film editing: David Freeman
music: George Fenton
producer: Martin Pope, Michael Rose
production: BBC Earth Films
distributor: Dutch FilmWorks, Kinepolis Film Distribution, Paramount Pictures Germany, DNC Entertainment
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