This wonderful documentary about volcanoes is shorter than March of the Penguins, but perhaps more informative about things that can really matter. There’s a delightful section on the volcano’s effect on native art, such as the pottery.
See if you can spot the subtle dig at the French, too. (You might miss it the first time you see it.) My response would be along the lines of “ooh la la”, which I have actually heard a tired French guy say on the subway.
The docu itself is made by one of those cultural preservation organizations that has sprung up to keep a once-dormant culture thriving.
Thanks to the Swankster for picking up on this nice piece of educational television.
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