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Review for Chasing Ice PG-13 Documentary 1:14
by  John Thielking
12-12-12

Chasing Ice chronicles the efforts of a small group of researchers to document the shrinkage of glaciers in Iceland, Greenland, Alaska and Montana in a project called the Extreme Ice Survey.  The researchers set up several time-lapse cameras in each location to document the receding glaciers. It is not a trivial matter to come up with a camera design that will withstand the extreme weather conditions and falling rocks, etc. Three stars.

This movie ranks as being nonviolent because it has only 10 violent scenes.  These include: five scenes of weather disasters on TV, there is a story of hunting, there are some more scenes of storm destruction and forest fires, there is a story of a man possibly dieing and there is a story of how a man is doing violence to his knee which constantly needs additional surgery.  There is no smoking in this movie.

There were no previews when this movie was shown at Camera 3 in downtown San Jose, CA, USA.

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