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another_broken_cog | 14 points | Feb 27 2018 06:52:11

[DOCUMENTARY] The Creeping Garden 2014 1080p Bluray 10-bit x265 AAC 2.0 -QmanUTR (3.32GB) | Megalinks MegaDB [DOCUMENTARY] The Creeping Garden 2014 1080p Bluray 10-bit x265 AAC 2.0 -QmanUTR (3.32GB)

The Creeping Garden is a feature length documentary exploring the work of fringe scientists, mycologists and artists, and their relationship with the extraordinary plasmodial slime mould.

Some comments

‘The Creeping Garden is almost certainly the Citizen Kane of slime mould documentaries… lavished with widescreen macro-photography.’

‘Genuinely fascinating…’

‘…swells with moments of surprise, revulsion and uncanny beauty.’

‘oddball, fascinating delight’

‘might just be one of the most fascinating (and visually stunning) films you see all year’

‘Bewitching documentary about an overlooked life form’

‘…an oddity that I found strangely compelling. It looks and sounds beautiful’

‘Masterful cinematography and honest storytelling’

‘…breathtaking time lapse visuals accompanied by strangely compelling and otherworldly music by renowned composer and music producer Jim O’Rourke’

‘The Creeping Garden is as much a work of art as it is an experimental documentary’

‘A documentary that successfully challenges everything we thought we knew about life on earth. The result is both fascinating and discomforting.’

‘An intense, impressionistic portrait of the eerie mystery of nature.’

‘Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp’s uncanny documentary “The Creeping Garden” has a way of growing on you… a surprising investigation of perception, thought and life itself.

‘As scientifically smart and interesting as the documentary is, it’s also a treat visually, offering some splendidly creepy time-lapse photography.’

‘A highly entertaining film… Bridging the gap between documentary and a genre film, this might be the most fun you’ll have learning all year.’

‘An improbably delightful documentary’

‘A serious scientific inquiry that also functions as a trippy philosophical exploration of our place in the world and the really weird things that exist just beneath us.’



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[-] ruralcricket | 1 points | Feb 27 2018 17:30:31



[-] another_broken_cog | 1 points | Feb 27 2018 22:58:57

I am glad you liked it.

It seems that sailors say: "there's no such thing as bad weather. Only different kinds of good weather."

Analogously, maybe we could stretch it a bit and say that there are different kinds of beauty.

Considering how life has shown to be rare, perhaps all living things are beautiful.