Monday, December 29, 2014
Louie Schwartzberg has a number of nature films on Netflix under the title Moving Art, which are just achingly beautiful. Remember the end of Soylent Green where Edward G. Robinson's character goes to be euthanized, and he is asked if he wants a religious or classical send-off? They show him films of the beauty of an Earth that no longer exists? That's what these are like: time lapse photography of various parts of nature set to classical music. Think of it as nature porn.