Cert: U Year: 1996 Length: 75 mins
Microcosmos is an almost wordless account of a summer's day amongst the insect and creepy crawly world of a French meadow which took three years of painstaking work with microscopic cameras to complete. It went on to become a hit at festivals and in the box office throughout Europe.There has never been a nature film like this before, (and not a David Attenborough within sight.)
Winner -Technical Prize, Cannes 1997
You don't know the meaning of Nature until you have seen Microcosmos
Alexander Walker, Evening Standard
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