Fireball Facts: Visitors from Dark Worlds
- Director: Werner Herzog y Clive Oppenheimer
- Producers: André Singer.
- Executive producers: Richard Melman, Greg Boustead, Jessica Harrop, Anna Godas y Oli Harbotte.
- Screenwriter: Werner Herzog.
- Director of photography: Richard Blanshard.
- Duration: 97 minutes.
- Production companies: Apple.
- Recommended age: +7.
- Distribution platform: Apple TV+.
This is a documentary that has not been dubbed into other languages, so it can only be enjoyed in its original version. This is something quite common within documentaries. What has been done is to enable subtitles in different languages such as Spanish for all those people who do not understand the original language.
Discovering the origins of the universe
There are many of us who see meteorites as simple space stones that have fallen on our planet but do not have any relevance. The truth is very different, and it is that by investigating these meteorites you can obtain a lot of information about the meteorite and everything that it hides. The objective of this documentary film is to try to open the eyes of those curious people and lovers of science.
For this we see again the convergence between Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer who have carried out similar projects. Werner Herzog is a prestigious director as well as an actor that you have surely seen in the famous series ‘The Mandalorian’ as a co-star. Clive Oppenheimer is a geologist and seismologist at the University of Crambridge. Both met with the movie ‘Encounters at the end of the world’ creating a relationship that has led to new productions.
We find ourselves in a documentary with a voice-over where they take us to different parts of the world. There are key points where meteorites have impacted and for scientists they are key points. The reality is that there are many space elements that attack our planet on a daily basis and that are controlled by the NAS itself. Well, the first destination of this documentary is Wolfe Creek where there is a huge crater product of an impact that occurred 120,000 years ago. In addition, they also go to the north-east of France, in Ensisheim, where a meteorite also struck in 1492.
Documentary loaded with interviews
In addition to showing us key sites where different meteorites have impacted, the documentary also shows us the vision of numerous scientists from around the world. One of the most interesting is undoubtedly the NASA planetary defense coordinator who tells of the possible plans in the event that a large meteorite is to impact the earth. The plan basically resembles the plot of the movie Armageddon: make use of nuclear weapons.
Scientists and people from many other sociological sciences speak to the camera about the importance of meteorites. They mark the history of the universe since in the end they are pieces of other bodies that are in space and it gives us a much broader vision of their origin and where they are going in the future. Without a doubt, it is a documentary that anyone who is fond of astrology should watch to learn a little more about everything that surrounds us.
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