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'Antarctic Edge' Explores How Much Hope Is Left

Friday, April 17, 2015

More poetic than polemical, this cinematic call to action combines thrilling natural wonders with engaging glimpses of scientists at work. Other recommended April 17 openers: "Alex of Venice," "Felix and Meira" and Disney's "Monkey Kingdom."

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