Documentary about Africa to be screened in Hanoi

The documentary is the seventh episode of the BBC Natural History Unit’s “Seven Worlds, One Planet” documentary series.

This 60-minute episode enables viewers to explore Africa, a beautiful and incredibly varied continent. From the Sahara desert to the metropolis of South Africa, there’s an abundance of life that lives within these areas.

In true David Attenborough style, this emotional showcase of natural beauty comes to a poignant and hard hitting conclusion.

It’s an episode that concludes everything from the six previous episodes in a way that brings into focus the real dangers animals on our planet now face.

The screening is organized by the Animal Welfare Department of Animals Asia. The documentary will be screened in English with Vietnamese subtitles, starting at 4 p.m.

Seven Worlds, One Planet is a seven-part documentary series, with each episode focusing on one continent.

Premiered on October 27, 2019, the documentary is narrated and presented by naturalist David Attenborough.

Over 1,500 people worked on the series, which was filmed in nearly 1,800 days, with 92 shoots across 41 countries.

Source: vietnamtourism.gov.vn

Posted on: 03/05/2020

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